Dr Anoop Shetty, Consultant Cardiologist & Electrophysiologist

Dr Anoop Shetty MBChB MRCP MD (Res) CCDS CEPS

Consultant Cardiologist & Electrophysiologist

MBChB MRCP MD (Res) CCDS CEPS

Areas of expertise

  • Electrophysiology
  • Cardiac rhythm management
  • Defibrillator
  • Pacing
  • General cardiology

Recommendations for Dr Shetty

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Recommended by:

  • byDr Brian Clapp, Cardiologist

    Dr Anoop Shetty is a multi-faceted consultant. Not only does he provide sound, evidence-based general cardiology experience, he's an expert in electrophysiology and complex device therapy. Patients benefit from his organised and calm approach to clinical problems, combined with very good attention to detail, to ensure the best care possible. I greatly appreciate his in-depth knowledge of his field to help me with complex patients. I'm very happy to recommend his caring, patient-centred approach.

  • byDr Hannah Douglas, Consultant Cardiologist

    Anoop and I are colleagues at Guy's & St Thomas' Foundation Trust. He is an expert in electrophysiology cardiology and we have worked closely together on many complex cases. For this reason I consider him a most valued colleague and I am very happy to refer my patients into his care, knowing that they will be well looked after!

  • byDr Paul Scott, Consultant Cardiologist

    I have worked with Anoop in the NHS for the last 6 years. He is an expert in general cardiology and arrhythmias. He has a reputation as a sensible and thoughtful clinician, and is well-liked by his patients. I have no hesitation in referring him patients for a specialist opinion

  • byProf. Gerald Carr-White, Cardiologist

    Dr Shetty is a colleague of mine at Guy's & St Thomas's. He is an excellent general cardiologist and physician but has special expertise in electrophysiology, focusing on cardiac devices and ablations. He comes highly recommended!

  • byDr Shaumik Adhya, Consultant Cardiologist

    I’ve worked with Anoop for many years. He’s kind considerate and an excellent doctor. He has particular expertise in cardiac electrophysiology and device infection / extraction and has treated many of my patients

  • byDr Antonios Pavlidis, Consultant Cardiologist

    I have worked with Dr Shetty for many years. He has excellent clinical skills and he is very caring and compassionate with his patients. I would unreservedly recommend him to any patient

  • byDr Brian Clapp, Cardiologist

    Dr Anoop Shetty is a multi-faceted consultant. Not only does he provide sound, evidence-based general cardiology experience, he's an expert in electrophysiology and complex device therapy. Patients benefit from his organised and calm approach to clinical problems, combined with very good attention to detail, to ensure the best care possible. I greatly appreciate his in-depth knowledge of his field to help me with complex patients. I'm very happy to recommend his caring, patient-centred approach.

  • byDr Hannah Douglas, Consultant Cardiologist

    Anoop and I are colleagues at Guy's & St Thomas' Foundation Trust. He is an expert in electrophysiology cardiology and we have worked closely together on many complex cases. For this reason I consider him a most valued colleague and I am very happy to refer my patients into his care, knowing that they will be well looked after!

  • byDr Paul Scott, Consultant Cardiologist

    I have worked with Anoop in the NHS for the last 6 years. He is an expert in general cardiology and arrhythmias. He has a reputation as a sensible and thoughtful clinician, and is well-liked by his patients. I have no hesitation in referring him patients for a specialist opinion

  • byProf. Gerald Carr-White, Cardiologist

    Dr Shetty is a colleague of mine at Guy's & St Thomas's. He is an excellent general cardiologist and physician but has special expertise in electrophysiology, focusing on cardiac devices and ablations. He comes highly recommended!

  • byDr Shaumik Adhya, Consultant Cardiologist

    I’ve worked with Anoop for many years. He’s kind considerate and an excellent doctor. He has particular expertise in cardiac electrophysiology and device infection / extraction and has treated many of my patients

  • byDr Antonios Pavlidis, Consultant Cardiologist

    I have worked with Dr Shetty for many years. He has excellent clinical skills and he is very caring and compassionate with his patients. I would unreservedly recommend him to any patient

  • Address

    • London Bridge Hospital

      27 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2PR

    • The Cardiac Clinic

      St Olaf House, 27 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2PR

    • Telephone or video consultation

      Virtual

    About Dr Anoop Shetty

    GMC number: 4703170

    Year qualified: 2000

    Place of primary qualification: University of Manchester

    Areas of expertise

    • Arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat)
    • Atrial fibrillation
    • Atrial flutter
    • Bradycardia
    • Cardiac generator replacement
    • Cardiac MRI
    • Cardiac pacing
    • Cardiac re-synchronisation therapy
    • Cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT)
    • Cardio-pulmonary exercise testing
    • Cardioversion
    • Catheter ablation
    • CT coronary angiogram
    • ECG (electrocardiogram)
    • ECG monitor
    • Echocardiogram
    • Exercise stress test
    • Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD)
    • Long qt syndrome
    • Loss of consciousness (syncope)
    • Pacemaker surgery
    • Palpitations
    • Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT)
    • Tachycardia
    • Transoesophageal echocardiogram
    • Ventricular fibrillation

    Professional memberships

    General Medical Council

    Articles by Dr Anoop Shetty

    Cardiac resynchronization therapy pacemaker implant in a patient with ARTO mitral device in situ

    Initial single-center experience of a quadripolar pacing lead for cardiac resynchronization therapy

    Percutaneous lead and system extraction in patients with cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) devices and coronary sinus leads

    The acute hemodynamic response to LV pacing within individual branches of the coronary sinus using a quadripolar lead

    Percutaneous extraction of cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) in octogenarians

    Predictors of mortality and outcomes in transvenous lead extraction for systemic and local infection cohorts

    Transvenous lead extraction in patients with cardiac resynchronization therapy devices is not associated with increased 30-day mortality

    Prolonged lead dwell time and lead burden predict bailout transfemoral lead extraction

    Extraction of pacing leads jailed by a stent in a mustard circulation

    Quadripolar left ventricular lead implantation through the anchor struts of a mitral valve annuloplasty device

    Advanced image fusion to overlay coronary sinus anatomy with real-time fluoroscopy to facilitate left ventricular lead implantation in CRT

    Quad-site pacing using a quadripolar left ventricular pacing lead

    The relative role of patient physiology and device optimisation in cardiac resynchronisation therapy

    The impact of beat-to-beat variability in optimising the acute hemodynamic response in cardiac resynchronisation therapy

    Biophysical modeling to determine the optimization of left ventricular pacing site and av/vv delays in the acute and chronic phase of cardiac resynchronization therapy

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