Dr. Sandheep George Villoth

Doctors Dr. Sandheep George Villoth

Dr. Sandheep George Villoth

Consultant Interventional Cardiologist

Dr. Sandheep George Villoth is a distinguished Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at TMM Hospital, renowned for his expertise and passion for clinical excellence. Over the course of his career, spanning more than half a decade, he has performed over 2000 adult interventional cardiology procedures, demonstrating his commitment to advancing cardiac care. Dr. Sandheep is known for his compassionate bedside manner and keen diagnostic skills, ensuring that each patient receives personalized attention and comprehensive treatment.

Education and Training
  • DM in Cardiology – Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai,
  • Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology – Meditrina Hospital, Kolam,
  • MD in General Medicine – Nitte University, Mangalore,
  • MBBS – Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  • Consultant Cardiologist, Meditrina Hospital – Kollam, 2 Yrs. 
  • Consultant Cardiologist, St Mary’s Hospital – Thodupuzha, 2 Yrs.
  • Diagnostics and angioplasties
  • Adult interventional cardiology procedures
  • Collet Siccard Syndrome
  • Heart team approach in Ostial left main interventions
  • Strain imaging as a non-invasive diagnostic tool for coronary artery disease
  • Stroke in percutaneous coronary intervention”
  • Life Member of the Asian Pacific Society of Interventional Cardiology
  • Life Member of the Cardiology Society of India
  • Life Member of Interventional Cardiology Council of Kerala
  • Life Member of the Indian Academy of Echocardiography
  • Life Member of the Indian College of Cardiology
  • Life Member of the Indian Medical Association
  • Collet Siccard Syndrome without skull base metastasis: A rare presentation of bronchogenic adenocarcinoma – International Journal of Biomedical And Advance Research.
  • A Comparative study of variations of Lipid Profile in different stages of Chronic Kidney Disease and Hemodialysis – GJRA – Global Journal For Research Analysis
  • A clinical study of HbA1c as the marker of circulating lipids in type 2 diabetes patients – GJRA – Global Journal For Research Analysis – 2017. VOLUME 3, ISSUE 11, PGS: 63-65.
  • Heart team approach in Ostial left main interventions – A success story – Indian Heart Journal – 2017. VOLUME 69, PGS: S40.
  • Coronary artery disease in India: A paradigm shift from west – Indian Heart Journal – 2017. VOLUME 69, PGS: S18-19.
  • Strain imaging – An underused non-invasive diagnostic tool for coronary artery disease – Indian Heart Journal – 2017. VOLUME 2, ISSUE 69, PGS: 75.
  • Unusual Complete Resolution of Mobile Left Ventricular Thrombus with Low Molecular Weight Parenteral Heparin – IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) – 2018. VOLUME 17, ISSUE 6, PGS: 76-78.
  • Myocardial strain by speckle tracking ECHO as a diagnostic tool in coronary artery disease patients – Indian Heart Journal – 2018. VOLUME 70, PGS: S22.
  • Stroke in percutaneous coronary intervention–Atherothrombosis that licked heart but bit brain – IHJ Cardiovascular Case Reports (CVCR) – 2018. VOL 2, PGS: S101-105.
  • IVUS guided rota assisted left main zero-contrast PCI in a patient with CKD – IHJ Cardiovascular Case Reports (CVCR) – 2020.VOL 4, ISSUE 2, PGS: 49-52.
  • Zero-Contrast Left Main Bifurcation PCI in an Elderly Patient with Chronic Kidney Disease – Case Reports in Cardiology- HINDAWI – 2021. Volume 2021, Article ID 6658992, 5 pages.
  • IVUS-Guided Zero-Contrast PCI in CKD Patients: Safety and Short-Term Outcome in Patients with Complex Demographics and/or Lesion Characteristics – Journal of Interventional Cardiology – HINDAWI – 2021. Volume 2021, Article ID 6626749, 7 pages.
  • Retrograde chronic total occlusion percutaneous coronary intervention using single catheter: A single centre registry – Indian Heart Journal – 2021.VOL 73, ISSUE 4, PGS:434- 439.
  • Study on Prevalence of Microalbuminuria in newly diagnosed non-Diabetic essential Hypertension Patients in tertiary care Hospitals in South India – Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results – Sept 2022 – VOL. 13 (SPECIAL ISSUE 1): 679 – 688.Colour Doppler Imaging of LV Inflow in Normal Versus LV Diastolic Dysfunction and its Correlation with findings derived from Pulse Doppler Estimation and LV Systolic Function – Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results – Sept 2022 – VOL. 13 (SPECIAL ISSUE 9): 6423 – 6431.
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