Dr Abbas Ali

I'm a clinical cardiologist who loves patient care and looking after patients and saving lives is my passion. Cardiology is the only job to do as you save lives and there is instant gratification as shown by results of your treatment. I'm also fascinated by knowledge and love exploring data to reach conclusions which would help my patients. In cardiology I do non-invasive cardiology, invasive cardiology (1100 diagnostic procedures last year), peripheral vascular interventions (270 last year), trans eshophageal echocardiograms (170 last year), vein ablations (150 last year), sclerotherpay (numerous), ultrasound guided sclerotherapy (numerous), loop recorder implants (numerous), pacemaker implant and generator change outs (numerous). 

Presentation at National Meetings 2014-15

Presented at American College of Phlebology 2014

Presented at the 2015 SVU Annual Conference

Presented at 20th World Congress on Heart Disease 2015

Accepted for presentation at SCAI 2016

Physiological Assessment of Patients With Advanced Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) at The Medical Institute (TMI)

Accepted for presentation at SCAI 2016

Assessing Mortality Risks in Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) and Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

MY LATEST RESEARCH

Our analysis shows that calf circumference is associated with PAD and also with death after accounting for risk factors and obesity.

My latest research projects involve data science. I picked up my data skills at coursera.org.