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Dr Raj Khiani

BSc (Hons), MB BS, MRCP, FRCP

Consultant Cardiologist

Specialty
Fixed Price Packages

About

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    Mission
    To deliver high quality cardiac care, with a holistic and personalised approach to each patient.Dr Khiani is an experienced General Cardiologist committed to providing holistic, patient focused care. He believes in making an accurate diagnosis and providing a clear explanation to his patients. Dr Khiani will treat the whole patient and discuss the cardiac diagnosis along with its physical and emotional impact on the patients health.He works as a sub-specialist in cardiac devices, arrhythmia and heart failure.He also sees patients with all common cardiac symptoms including: chest pain, palpitations, shortness of breath and blackouts. He is able to manage all common cardiac disorders including: atrial fibrillation, blood pressure, ischaemic heart disease, heart failure and valvular heart disease.
    He is registered with all major insurance companies and also sees self-funding patients.

    Degrees
    BSc (Hons) Clinical Sciences - London 1994
    MB BS Royal Free, London 1995
    MRCP (UK), London 1998
    FRCP - Royal College of Physicians, London 2011
    Training Posts
    Undergraduate Training - Royal Free Hospital, London
    Cardiology Training
    2001 Papworth, Cambridge
    2002 South Manchester University Hospital
    2004 National Training Number -London Deanery, South Thames Rotation
    2004 Margate Hospital, Kent
    2004 Royal Sussex County, Brighton
    2006 St Georges Hospital, London
    2007 Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital, London

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    Cardiac devices, arrhythmia and heart failure
  • Publications icon plus

    Khiani, Raj & Daly, Kevin & McCollum, Charles. (2002). Re: Clinical and Imaging Findings in Cryptogenic Stroke Patients With and Without Patent Foramen Ovale. Stroke; a journal of cerebral circulation. 33. 2149-50; author reply 2149. 10.1161/01.STR.0000029273.61989.5C strong>Khiani, Raj, Shingler, Sarah, Hasleton, Philip, 2003/02/01, 53,

    Consent for autopsy [7],96, 10.1056/NEJM196602032740508. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. Khiani, R & Shingler, S & Hasleton, Philip & McCollum, CN. (2003).

    Coroner's Post-mortems in a teaching hospital. 45A-45A. Khiani, R & Sastry, S & Mallon, S & Jones, M & Haselton, P & Heller, R & Heagerty, A & McCollum, C. (2004). Causes of sudden cardiac death in young adults. E256-E256.

    Velupandian, U.M. & Khiani, R & Calderwood, R & Morris, J & G Ray, S & Heagerty, A.M. & McCollum, Charles. (2006). 475 Patent foramen ovale - an evaluation of diagnostic techniques and routes of contrast administration. European Journal of Echocardiography. 7. 10.1016/S1525-2167(06)60265-5.

    Velupandian, U.M. & Khiani, R & Calderwood, R & Morris, J & G Ray, S & Heagerty, A.M. & McCollum, Charles. (2006). 474 Diagnosis of patent foramen ovale: femoral vein contrast administration is better. European Journal of Echocardiography. 7. 10.1016/S1525-2167(06)60264-3.


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