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DOCTOR, HEALTH, LIFESTYLE Heart Healthy Habits for Busy Professionals Prioritizing SelfCare Dr. Ranjit Jagtapp drranjitjagtap, 8 seconds ago 5 min read 0 Maintaining good heart health is critical for... Read More

Poor sleep quality, characterized by inadequate duration or disruptions, significantly influences blood pressure regulation and cardiac function. Insufficient sleep disrupts blood pressure homeostasis, thereby augmenting the risk of hypertension. Sleep... Read More

According to Dr. Ranjit Jagtap Clinic, Aerobic dance elevates the heart rate, improves cardiovascular endurance, and enhances coordination and flexibility. The social and motivational aspects of these classes can make... Read More

Heart disease stands as the primary global cause of mortality, and sadly, women are not exempt from its grasp. For way too long, women’s heart health has remained a topic... Read More

There are several strategies that healthcare providers can use to improve patient satisfaction after cardiac surgery, says Dr. Ranjit Jagtap clinic, director of RM Heart Foundation. One important strategy is... Read More

Dr. Ranjit Jagtap is a well-known cardiothoracic surgeon. Recently he performed surgery in anterior mediastinal mass excision surgery at Ram Mangal Heart Foundation in Pune. This kind of surgery needs... Read More

Dr. Ranjit Jagtap News While the risk of cardiac arrest in teenagers may be relatively low, it’s essential to be aware of the factors that can increase the risk... Read More

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Dr. Ranjit Jagtap is renowned cardiothoracic surgeon in Pune. He founded the Ram Mangal Heart Foundation in 2014 with the intention of serving people unconditionally. We are especially specialised in... Read More

Without a healthy heart, our bodies cannot function properly, and we are at risk for a host of health problems. Unfortunately, heart disease remains the leading cause of death worldwide,... Read More

According to the prominent heart surgeon, Dr Ranjit Jagtap, it is recommended to have a cardiovascular health check-up every four to six years for adults over 20 years of age.... Read More