Dr. Nikhil Jadhav worked as a primary operator (Independently) performed approximately 8000 diagnostic angiograms and more than 2000 angioplasties (PTCA), approximately more than 200 permanent pacemakers(Including Dual chamber pacemakers and AICD), Balloon mitral valvotomy, ASD,PDA device closure, Peripheral vascular intervention, endovascular procedures like EVAR/TEVAR.

He also assisted approximately 2500 of complex coronary angioplasties, device implantation for acyanotic congenital heart defects and PTMC,CRT etc. and performed more than 10,000 transthoracic echocardiographics and more than 200 transesophageal echocardiographies.

Dr. Nikhil Jadhav has also worked as a resident in Cardiology in U.N.Mehta Institute of Cardiology and Research Centre, Affiliated to B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad, Gujarat University, India. He also has an experience of assistant professor in Cardiology at the same institute. He also has an experience of working as a resident internal medicine in Govt. Medical College and Hospital, Aurangabad, MUHS, India.  

He has an extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of cardiovascular conditions such as angina pectoris, coronary heart disease, atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction and several other disorders of the cardiovascular system.

Dr. Nikhil has a comprehensive knowledge of different diseases of heart and blood vessels and has good knowledge of procedures involved in their diagnosis and treatment. He owns the quality of analytical thinking and outstanding skills to deal with any challenges. He connects with patients and is capable of giving them the confidence to tackle the cardiological issues.


His Publications are as follows:

  • Tissue Doppler imaging in rheumatic mitral valve disease patients for the assessment of left ventricular function.
  • Are Gujarati Asian Indians „older‟ for their „vascular age‟ as compared to their „Chronological age’?
  • Does clinical profile of Gujarati patients with Takayasu‟s aortoarteritis differ from other Indians?
  • The obesity paradox in the distribution of dyslipidemia in obese versus non–obese patients of CAD in Gujarati population.
  • Intra‐aortic balloon pump insertion through the right subclavian artery in a patient of anterior wall myocardial infarction with ventricular septal rupture and severe peripheral artery obstruction disease.
  • Study of immediate results and short-term outcome of Percutaneous Balloon Valvuloplasty as a Re-do procedure for Mitral Stenosis
  • Mid-term outcome of Perventricular device closure of large Ventricular Septal defect in high risk infants: Single centre experience