Dr. G Venkatesh

Dr. G Venkatesh

MBBS, MD, DNB (Cardiology)


Dr. G Venkatesh is a young and dynamic Cardiologist from Chennai with an impeccable experience in Coronary Interventions especially through radial approach. He is a versatile Cardiologist recognised for his expertise in Peripheral Angioplasty, Carotid Interventions, Renal Stenting, IVC Filer Implantation, Permanent Pacemaker Implantation, Balloon Mitral Valvotomy, CRT-D and AICD Implantation. He has credentials of more than 6000 Coronary Angiograms and over 600 Coronary Interventions in the last 5 years.

He accomplished his medical graduation (MBBS) from Chengalpattu Medical College in 1995, post graduation (MD) in General Medicine from Govt. Kilpauk Medical College in 2000 and superspeciality (DNB) in Cardiology from Vijaya Heart Foundation, Chennai in 2007.

Dr. Venkatesh has worked with various leading Hospitals in Chennai like Vijaya Heart Foundation, Ann Hospital, Maya Nursing Home, VHM Hospital, Bharani Hospital and Standard Hospital.

Dr. Venkatesh is active in research sphere with his work being regularly published in various leading medical journals. He has submitted paper presentations in 15th Asia-Pacific Congress of Cardiology and 57th & 58th Annual Conference of Cardiological Society of India.


Access site complications of Retrograde Vs Antegrade Common femoral puncture- comparative study.

Prevalence of coronary risk factors in Indian population Vis a Vis FraminghamCohort.

Does the choice of coronary revascularisation depend on risk factor profile?

Our experience with the Sirolimus Eluting Indian Stent (Supralimus) in first 133 patients.

Outcome of PCI using Cobalt Chrommium stents in Acute coronary Syndrome.

Endovascular patch plasty (EVPP). Does it prevent ventricular arrhythmias?

Interventional Nephrectomy- Renal alcoholization & renal artery coiling. Transfering Cardiac technology to the kidneys. 

Are distal protection devices under utilised in peripheral vascular interventions?

CRT-D as a rescue procedure in refractory heart failure, a case report.


Isolated Rheumatic Tricuspid Stenosis without Mitral valve involvement, a case report- Indian Heart Journal.

Diagnosis of ALCAPA in an adult by 64 slice CT Angiogram- Indian Heart Journal.