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  • Introduction
    Curriculum Vitae :Dr (Col) Anil Dhall, Sena Medal ,
    MD, DM ,FACC, FESC, FSCAI,FHRS,FCSI

    aaaaaDr Anil Dhall, is presently the Director of Cardiovascular Sciences at Venkateshwar Hospital located at Sector 18A, Dwarka, New Delhi.

    He has special interests in Complex Coronary Interventions, Peripheral Interventions, Carotid Angioplasty, Endovascular Aortic Aneurysm Repair, Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy and has taught, proctored and demonstrated techniques all over the world. He has a keen interest in Preventive cardiology and developing improved processes for STEMI care.

    He is a Fellow of American College of Cardiology, European Society of Cardiology, Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions, Heart Rhythm Society and Cardiological Society of India.

    At Delhi Heart & Lung institute, he leads the Endovascular, Carotid, Cardiac Resynchronization, Congenital, Chronic Total Occlusion and Complex PCI program of the hospital and contributes to outreach, academic development and patient education initiatives.

    He earlier led and reestablished the Cardiology practice of Artemis Health Institute, Gurgaon as Director & Head of Department of Cardiology where he brought in advanced protocols for practice of Cardiology. He introduced sensitive performance indicators for quality assurance and ethical business development. He developed Endovascular Interventions, Complex coronary Interventions and organized a 24/7 responsive Acute MI Primary Angioplasty program. He also succeeded in starting an Acute Stroke Intervention program and helped coordinate multidisciplinary Acute cardiovascular care. He organized community outreach programs with several peripheral OPDs and community education for heart disease awareness and prevention. He also developed international OPDs and collaborations. Under his leadership, several academic programs including training activities for doctors, nurses and paramedics, international clinical trials and regular medical audits with the aim of improving patient outcomes were initiated. He was also responsible for the revenue and business growth of the department. In a short while, he helped establish the department as a center of excellence in Cardiology.

    Prior to his tenure at Artemis Hospital, he was at Max Devki Devi Heart & Vascular Institute, Saket, as Senior Consultant and Unit Head.   Due to his versatility and vast experience from his Armed Forces background, he brought to the Institute, dedicated, disciplined and ethical clinical practice in all sub specialties of Interventional Cardiology.  He reinforced the Coronary, Peripheral, Electrophysiology & Pacing programs and helped establish robust Aortic Aneurysm repair, Carotid & Heart Failure programs. He helped organize international workshops and contributed to training FNB (Interventional Cardiology), DNB (Cardiology) and PGDCC students. He participated in developing outreach and patient education.

    An alumnus of Armed Forces Medical College Pune, he did his post graduation from Bombay University and post-doctoral training in Cardiology from GB Pant Hospital, Delhi. He spent 25 years in the Indian Armed Forces before taking voluntary premature retirement from his appointment as Senior Adviser & Professor (Medicine & Cardiology) at Army Hospital (Research & Referral) Delhi Cantt. He has also been Associate Professor (Medicine & Cardiology) at Armed Forces Medical College, Pune. His service tenure provided him rich clinical and administrative experience including a deputation with the United Nations Organization. He was responsible for setting up, establishing and managing the Interventional cardiology program and starting the first Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory of Army Hospital (Research & Referral), Delhi Cantt. He was awarded the SENA MEDAL for Distinguished Service to the Armed Forces in 2005 by the President of India.

    He has been a postdoctoral teacher and examiner in Cardiology and has guided ICMR, AFMRC and other research activities.

  • Experience

    Name: Colonel  Anil Dhall,  Sena Medal (Retired)
    Present appointment:
    Director, Cardiology
    Delhi Heart & Lung Institute
    3 – MM II, Panchkuian Road New Delhi – 110055
    Previous Appointments: 
    a) Director and Head, Department of Cardiology
    Artemis Health Institute
    Sector-51, Gurgaon, Haryana – 122001
    b) Senior Consultant & Unit Head (Cardiology)
    Max Devki Devi Heart & Vascular Institute,
    Saket, New Delhi 110017
    c) Senior Adviser & Professor (Medicine & Cardiology)
    Army Hospital  (Research & Referral)
    Delhi Cantt – 110010
    Date of Birth: 22 Nov. 1961

  • Academic Qualification

    Qualification

    University

    Year

    MBBS

    AFMC Pune

    1982

    MD (Medicine)

    INHS Asvini, Bombay

    1990

    DM (Cardiology)

    GB Pant Hospital, Delhi

    1998

  • Medical registrations
  • Academic positions and service record

    a) Associate Professor (Medicine & Cardiology)
    Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, University of Poona & Maharashtra University of Health Sciences

    b) Associate Professor (Medicine & Cardiology)
      Delhi University.

    c) Professor (Medicine & Cardiology)
     Delhi University

    d) Recognized Teacher & Examiner (Cardiology & Interventional Cardiology)
    National Board of Examinations

    HOSPITAL

    SERVICE APPOINTMENT

    EQUIVALENT APPOINTMENT

    DESCRIPTION

     Jan-1990 to June-90

    INHS, Asvini, Colaba, Mumbai

    Graded Specialist (Medicine)  

    Lecturer Medicine

    recognized for MD Medicine  of University of Bombay

    June-1990-92

    Various Service Hopsitals

    Graded Specialist (Medicine)/ Classified Specialist (Medicine)

    Lecturer / Assistant Professor, Medicine

    Recognized for MD Medicine  of University of Delhi

    June-1992-96

    Various Service Hopsitals

    Medical Specialist

     Assistant Professor Medicine

     Served in United Nations Transitional authority in Cambodia setting up 3 hospitals

    1996-1998

    GB Pant Hospital, Delhi

    Senior Resident Cardiology

     

    Recognized for DM Cardiology of University of Delhi

    1998-2000

    Army Hospital (Research & Referral ) Delhi Cantt

    Classified Specialist (Medicine & Cardiology)

    Assistant /Associate Professor Cardiology

    Recognized for DNB cardiology and MD (Medicine) of University of Delhi

    2000-2001

    Command Hospital, Pune & MHCTC, Pune / AFMC

    Classified Specialist (Medicine & Cardiology)

    Associate  Professor Cardiology

    Recognised by Maharashtra University of Medical Sciences for DM (Cardiology) and MD ( Medicine)

    2001-2006

    Army Hospital (Research & Referral) Delhi Cantt

    Classified specialist (Medicine & Cardiology)

    Associate Professor Cardiology

    Recognised by NBE for DNB Cardiology with Successful candidates

    2006-2007

    Army Hospital (Research & Referral) Delhi Cantt

    Senior Adviser (Medicine & Cardiology)

    Professor Cardiology

    Recognised by NBE for DNB Cardiology with Successful candidates

    2007-2009

    Max Heart & Vascular Institute, Saket, New Delhi

    Senior Consultant Cardiology

     

    Recognized by NBE for DNB cardiology and FNB in Interventional Cardiology

    2009-2011

    Artemis Health Institute, Gurgaon

    Director & Head Cardiology

     

     

    2011- 2014

    Delhi Heart & Lung Institute, Delhi

    Director Cardiology

     

    Recognised by NBE for DNB (Cardiology)

    2014 to Till date

    Sarvodaya Hospital and Research Center

    Director Cardiovascular Sciences

       

  • Fellowships
  • Membership of professional bodies

    a) Association of Physicians of India
    b) Cardio logical Society of India
    c) Indian Academy of Echocardiography
    d) Endovascular Intervention Society of India
    e) Pediatric Cardiac Society of India 
    f) Indian Heart Rhythm Society
    g) Vascular Society of India h) European Association for Percutaneous Cardiac Interventions
    i) European Association for Preventive Cardiology and Rehabilitation
    j) European Heart Rhythm Association
    k) Heart Rhythm Society (USA)
    l) American Heart Association
    m) Acute Cardiovascular Care Association

  • Examinership

    MBBS: Maharashtra University of Health Sciences.
    MD (Medicine): Pune University
    DNB(Cardiology): National Board of Examinations

  • Honours & Award

    a) Presidential Award of SENA MEDAL for Distinguished Service to the Armed Forces 2005
    b) Chief of Army Staff Commendation Card 2006
    c) General Officer Commanding in Chief (Southern Command) Commendation Card 2000
    d) General Officer Commanding in Chief (Northern Command) Commendation Card 1985
    e) Chikitsa Ratan Award 2010 by Delhi Medical Association

  • Academic Awards

    a) DGAFMS Silver Medal for standing first in MOJC.
    b) Col CR Rangarajan Trophy for best all Round officer MOJC.
    c) Gold Medal for standing first in MD (Medicine) in Bombay University 1990.
    d) Young Scientist Award – CSI 1997

  • Profestional Meeting Organized

    a)   Member organizing committee VI Asia Pacific Symposium of Pacing & Electrophysiology held in Oct 1997 at New Delhi.
    b) Organizing Secretary Cardiology Update 2002 Army Hospital(R&R).
    c) Course Director BASICS & BEYOND Coronary Intervention Course organized by Army Hospital (R&R) & AIIMS 2005.
    d) Organized First National Course on Cardiac Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology in 2008.
    e) Regular proctor for Computer Simulation MENTIS programs conducted by Cordis at Ethicon Institute(Carotid), Medtronic (Complex Coronary & Pacing).
    f)  Course Director AICTE – 2012.

  • Special Interest

    a) Complex Coronary Intervention. (Chronic Total Occlusion, Left Main,  Bifurcation, Rotational Atherectomy, IntraCoronary Imaging, Acute MI interventions, etc:: Conducts courses  and proctors Complex PCI / ROTA- IVUS programs) 
    b) Peripheral Intervention including Endovascular Aneurysm Repair and Carotid Intervention  ( Proctors / conducts regular Carotid intervention courses )
    c) Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (Conducts courses and proctors)
    d) Acute Stroke Interventions
    e) Interventional Heart Failure
    f) Preventive Cardiology (Hypertension, Lipidology, Antithrombotics etc)

    Faculty Position in National & International Meetings and Conferences:

    APICON, CSI, TCT USA, TCT ASIA PACIFIC, Singapore Live (including Live transmissions), Cardio Rhythm, CardioStim Europe , World Congress of Cardiac Pacing & Electrophysiology, National Echo conference, VSI CON, VIVA USA ,NIC (including Live transmissions), ACVS, ACT-STEMI, Acute MI Course, IJCTO, European bifurcation club, ESC, EURO PCR, American Society Of Hypertension, ACC USA ,  Endovascular Complications Club, CAD, CCT Japan, CIT China, India Live, Indian Academy of Diabetes, Sri Lanka Heart Association , Bangladesh National Heart Foundation meeting , Crossroads

    Advisory Boards:

    (a) Waterfall Institute of Technology Transfer (ICMR)
    (b) INMAS/ Defence Research & Development Organization
    (c)  National Board of Examinations
    (d) Drug Controller General of India
    (e) Pharmaceutical companies like Eli Lily, Abbott, Merck Sharp Dohme
    (f)  Device companies like Boston Scientific, Cordis J&J
    (g) Tele - Electrocardiology companies like M2M Enablers
    (h) Hospital management companies such as Imperia Health Pvt Ltd

  • Clinical trial Steering committee

    TUXEDO, PROMUS ELEMENT REGISTRY, OPTIMIND REGISTRY
    VARIOUS DRUG / DEVICE TRIALS

    EDITORIAL BOARD / JOURNAL REVIEWER

    Indian Heart Journal
    International Journal of Cardiology
    Medical Journal Armed Forces India
    Catheterization Cardiovascular Interventions
    Journal of Association of Physicians of India

  • Social contribution

    (a) Organized and conducted nearly 200 Free Cardiac Camps in India and abroad. These camps were organized in Iraq , Nigeria ,Delhi ,U P, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Rajasthan, Assam, Himachal and Haryana, where advanced Cardiac diagnosis and treatment were not available. In these small towns & villages, Echocardiography, Blood Sugar, ECG , Ankle Brachial Index and other tests were conducted and free medicines distributed to patients. Nearly 10000 ECG s, 1000 Echo s, 500 ABI tests have been performed in these camps.

    (b) Delivered TV talks, FM radio shows, press releases and organized other programmes for the awareness of heart diseases and their prevention in the society.
    (c) Gave several Public lectures on topics of current interest such as High Blood Pressure, Heart Attacks, Diet and Heart on invitation from Lions Clubs, Rotary Clubs, Multinational Organizations, Religious Congregations and Schools.

    Permanent Residential Address:
    T 12/2 DLF Phase 3
    Gurgaon (Haryana) – 122002
    Telephone:
    0124 4060985
    0124 4064862
    +919716042005 / +919818821005
    Email ID:
    anildhall@hotmail.com
    dranildhall@gmail.com

    Col. ANIL Dhall : Publications
    A) BOOK CHAPTERS AUTHORED:
    1. API Text Book Of Medicine 1999. Chapter on sports medicine Venkatraman S, Dhall A, Sahni TK.
    2. API Text Book Of Medicine :Chapter on ischaemic heart disease Sethi KK, Dhall A.
    3. Tropical Neurology IML Sawhney, Chopra JS, Eds: Venkatraman S, Dhall A, Dhamija RM. Chapter on Cerebral Malaria.
    4. Coronary artery disease in Asian Indians Sethi K K Eds, Monogram Published  by  Cardiology Society of India commemorating Golden Jubilee of CSI 1998.
    5. API Test Book of Medicine (In Print) Chapter on WPW syndrome.
    6. Cardiology Update  CSI 2004 Prehospital Thrombolysis – CSI – Textbook – 2004- l Garg S, Dhall A,  Sethi K K
    7. Cardiology Update CSI 2005 Gp 2b 3a Inhibitors and Their Present Status – CSI – Book Chapter – 2005- Garg S, Dhall A,  Sethi K K, Malani SK.
    8. Thrombolysis In AMI: Current Concepts And Future Directions Cardiology Update 58 Annual CSI Conference New Delhi 2006 Chadha DS, Dhall A, Sethi KK
    9. Cardiovascular Diseases in Elderly – Book Chapter – Textbook of Geriatrics- Sharma- Garg S, Dhall A, Sethi K K
    10. Percutaneous Valve Replacement Present Status API yearbook 2009
    11. Hypotension and Shock API Test Book of Medicine (9th edition )2011  

    B) Armed Forces Medical Research Council Project:
    1. Armed forces medical research council project 1380 / 83 “Correlative study of Plasma Prolactin and Angiotensin II in Essential Hypertension and its level changes on the prognosis of disease among service personal” as investigator.
    2. Risk factor profile in CAD in Indian service personnel as co-investigator.
    3. Use of Multiple Clinical, Biochemical Markers and Angiographic Predictors of long term results in patients undergoing PCI and of Unstable Angina with a view to assess Inflammatory component of disease as well as to differentiate between a cardiac or a respiratory cause of breathlessness.
    4. Use of Percutaneous Intracardiac Echocardiography for assessment and closure of ASD and PFO.

    C) ICMR PROJECT (As Guide; Completed Project):
    1. Comparative Study of Restenosis in Bare Metal & Drug Eluting Stents.

    D) PRIZE PAPERS:
    1. Awarded Dr Chopra K L, award 1997 (Cardiology Society of India) for paper on “Detection of covert coronary artery disease by stress echocardiography in patients with chronic renal failure”.
    2. Best case  TCT Asia Pacific  2004: Closure of Giant Coronary Artery Fistula using A Vascular Plug:: A new approach.
    3. Challenging Cases Award TCT 2006.Thrombosuction as a life saving technique in a case of procedural stent thrombosis during carotid angioplasty of a patient with a sole surviving intracranial supply.
    4. Challenging Cases Award TCT 2008 COMPLICATED HYBRID THORACO ABDOMINAL ANEURYSM INTERVENTION

    E) Dissertation:
    Central Dopaminergic Activity in Essential Hypertension Bombay University.

    F) Publications:
    1. Sahni T K, John M J, Dhall A, Chaterjee A. Study of high altitude dives in the Himalayas. Undersea Biomedical Research 1991 May.
    2. Dhall A, Dey S C, Das R, Mukherjee N P. Renin Sodium Profiling in Indian Hypertensives JAPI, Jan 92 Vol 40 (paper in apicon 92 Patna abstracted in Hypertension India).
    3. Dhall A, Dey N P, Mukharjee N P. Plasma prolactin in essential hypertension JAPI Jan  92 Vol 40 (paper in APICON 92 Patna abstracted in Hypertension India).
    4. Sangameswaran K V, Chaturvedi A K, Dhall A, Khurana R C, Ganesh K V, Menon J. Ultra sound in abdominal tuberculosis (study of 23 cases) Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging.1989;56: 43-49.
    5. Human Immune Deficiency virus disease (a case report) Dhall A, Dey S C, Sangameswaran K V, Das R. Medical Journal Armed Forces of India, 1 Jan 1990 Page No. 63-65.
    6. Singh K V, Jain Satish, Kaul P,  Dhall A, Sharma L R. Management of Achalasia Cardia and follow up in Army personnel. Indian Journal of Gastroentrology 1991;10: 4-7.
    7. Sangamesvaram K V, Chaturvedi A K, Mathai S S, Purkayastha S B, Dhall A. Ultrasound in enteric fever.  Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging 1992, 2 May.
    8. Singh K V, Pal Yash, Dhall A. Clinical endoscopic and histological assessment of upper gastrointestinal mucosal alterations in uremic cases Journal of Associations of India Jan 92 Vol 40 (poster paper in APICON 92, Patna).
    9. Sethi K K, Dhall A, Sharma M, Bhargava M, Mohan J C,  Arora A. Retained functionless leads a long term follow up (paper presented in VI Asia Pacific Symposium on Cardiac pacing and electro physiology held in Oct 97 at New Delhi, India and abstracted in PACE).
    10. Sethi K K, Gambhir D S, Dhall A, Sharma M, Verma P K,  Jain R, Banerjee A, Khanna S K, Arora R. Medium term follow up of transvenous ICD implants for life threatening ventricular arrhythmias (paper presented at VI Asia Pacific Symposium on Pacing and Electro physiology held in Oct 97 at New Delhi, India and abstracted in pace).
    11. Nair M, Mohan J C, Kamal A, Dhall A, Sethi K K, Kaul U A, Arora R. Radio frequency catheter ablation of type I atrial flutter targeting isthmus block as Procedural end point immediate and medium term results (presented at VI Asia Pacific Symposium of pacing and Electro Physiology held in Oct 97 at New Delhi, India and abstracted in PACE).
    12. Sethi K K, Dhall A, Gambhir D S, Kaul U A, Arora R. Long term low amplitude pacing using steroid eluting leads (presented at VI Asia Pacific Symposium of pacing and Electro Physiology held in Oct 97 at New Delhi, India and abstracted in PACE).
    13. Nair M,  Sethi K K, Gambhir D S, Kalra G S, Dhall A,  Kamal A, Mohan J C, Singh S, Kaul U A, Arora. Catheter ablation for tachy arrhythmias using radio frequency energy (presented at VI Asia Pacific Symposium of pacing and Electro Physiology held in Oct 97 at New Delhi, India and abstracted in PACE).
    14. Sethi K K, Dhall A, Verma P K, Gambhir D S, Jain R, Sharma M, Arora R, Banerjee A, Khanna S K. Medium term follow up of Trans venous ICDs implanted for life threatening ventricular tachy arrhythmias (presented at 49th Annual Conference of Cardiology Society of India held at Calcutta, India Nov 97).
    15. Tyagi S, Iyer S S, Dhall A, Puri V, Mehindratta M M, Kaul U K, Arora R. Angioplasty and stenting above the aortic arch : immediate and short term results (presented at 49th Annual Conference of Cardiology Society of India held at Calcutta, India Nov 97).
    16. Tyagi S, Dhall A, Midda K, Tempe D, Kaul U A, Arora R. Treatment of ostial renal artery stenosis by balloon expendable stent : early results (presented at 49th Annual Conference of Cardiology Society of India held at Calcutta, India Nov 97).
    17. Kalra G S, Verma P K, Passey R,  Dhall A, Singh S, Arora R. Short term follow up of trans catheter closure ventricular septal defect by Rashkind Umbrella device (presented at 49th Annual Conference of Cardiology Society of India held at Calcutta, India Nov 97).
    18. Kalra G S, Verma P K, Dhall A,  Nigam M, Arora R. Trans catheter closure of secundum atrial septal defect with ASDOS Device (presented at 49th Annual Conference of Cardiology Society of India held at Calcutta, India Nov 97).
    19. Nair M, Kamal A, Anil Dhall A, Mohan J C, Kaul U A, Arora R. Radio frequency ablation of an unusual variant of atrial flutter Indian Heart Journal 1997; 49:195-197.
    20. Trehan V K, Bhardwaj S, Rastogi P, Dhall A, Ghambhir D S, Arora R. Multiplane Transesophageal Echocardiography in an Adult with coarctation of aorta Indian Heart Journal 1996; 48(6): 707-9.
    21. Kalra G S, Verma P K, Dhall A, Singh S, Bhardwaj S, Arora R. Trans catheter closure of secundum Artrial septal defect with ASD occlusion system ASDOS. Initial experience and short term follow up Indian Heart J 1998;50(4): 409-13.
    22. Kalra G S, Dhall A, Verma P K, Arora R. Trans catheter device closure of ventricular septal defects immediate results the intermediate term follow up American Heart J 1999; 138:139-44.
    23. Shah P P, Nair M, Dhall A, Verma P K, Midha K K, Mohan J C, Kaul V K, Arora R. False positive stress Electrocardiogram due to accessory pathway in absence of manifest Presentation. PACE 2002;23(6):1051-3.
    24. Hassan K M, Vardarajulu R, Sharma S K, Motwani, Mishra D K, Dhall A, Mahapatra A K. Cerebral venous thrombosis in a patient of paroxymal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria following Aplastic Aneamia, JAPI 2001 July 49 753-5.
    25. Garg M K, Dhall A. Diagnostic approach to thyroid Goiter J Association Physicians India 2001; 49: 742-5.
    26. Dhall A, Kumar Prabhat, Bhalla N, Sharma S, Chawla M L, Shahi B N. Balloon Angioplasty of Native Coarctation with Anomalous origin of Right Subclavian Artery Pedicon 2003 Indian Academy of Pediatrics.
    27. Dhall A, Kumar Prabhat, Singh V P, Bhalla N, Chawla M L, Shahi B N. A case of Central Cyanosis without structural heart disease Pedicon 2003 Indian Academy of pediatrics.
    28. Kumar Prabahat, Dhall A, Singh V P, Chaturvedi A, Chawla M L, Shahi B N. Scimitar syndrome- Two interesting cases Pedicon 2003, Indian Academy of Pediatrics.
    29. Muthukrishnan J, Dhul P, Dhall A, Garg M K, Prakash M S, Baliga KV Management of Hypothermia with warm Peritoneal Dialysis Medical Journal Armed Forces of India 2003;59:149-151.
    30. Garg S, Dhall A, Mohan S. Management of PFO – Cardiology Today – May 2004.
    31. Dhall A, Mohan S, Garg S. Diastolic Heart Failure - Cardiology Today – May 2005.
    32. Chadha D S, Dhall A, Vasdev V V, Kharbanda P K, Ganjoo R K. LV Function assessment In Obesity Asia Pacific Military Medicine Conference, New Delhi 2006.
    33. Dhall A, Malani S K, Garg S, Chadha D S, Mathew O P. risk factor profile of CAD in young (40 Yrs old ) service personnel in a Referral Service Hospital Asia pacific Military  Medicine Conference New Delhi 2006. 
    34. Dhall A, Bedi V S, Swain P, Pathak K, Malani S K, D’Souza, Mathew O P. Cardiology today Nov 2006 Vol X No 6:347-351; Current status of EVAR in abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Review article.
    35. Murthy TVSP, Dhall A, Bedi V S. A study of Trans cranial Doppler during Carotid Interventions Indian Journal of NeuroAnaesthesiology 2005.
    36. Chadha D S, Dhall A, Vasdev V V, Kharbanda P K, Ganjoo R K. Anthropometric correlation Of Lipid Profile In Healthy Aviators ICASM, Bangalore 2006.
    37. Chadha D S, Dhall A, Vasdev V, Malani S, Ganjoo R K. 58th Annual CSI New Delhi 2006 CSI abstract.
    38. Kumar P, Dhall A, Girish R, Ghuliani R. Total anomalous pulmonary venous    connections (TAPVC) or experience of artery care pediatric centre PEDICON 2007.
    39. Kumar P, Dhall A, Holla R G, Ghuliani R. Which ventricular septal defects require closure ?  Experience at a Pediatric Cardiac Centre PEDICON 2007.
    40. Kumar P, Dhall A, Holla R G, Ghuliani R. Downs syndrome with varied congenital  heart diseases a series PCSI 2006.
    41. Mohan S, Dhall A, Garg S. Comparative Study of Clinical and Angiographic Restenosis in Bare Metal & Drug Eluting Stents CSI Annual Conference 2006 New Delhi. 
    42. Chadha D S, Karthikeyan G, Goel K. Malani S K, Seth S, Singh S, Dhall A, Bhargava.  N-terminal pro-BNP plasma levels before and after percutaneous transvenous mitral commissurotomy for mitral stenosis. Int J Cardiol. 2009 Feb,3 [Epub ahead of print]. PMID: 19195726.
    43. Dhall A, Malani S K, Chadha D S. Thrombosuction for procedural acute thrombosis during high-risk carotid angioplasty--a case report. J Invasive Cardiol. 2010 Aug; 22 (8): E144-6.PMID: 20679679
    44.  Gupta SK, Kotwal J, Kotwal A, Dhall A, Garg S. Role of homocysteine & MTHFR C677T gene polymorphism as risk factors for coronary artery disease in young Indians. Indian J Med Res. 2012;135:506-12.