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Ashwani Mehta, MD

Ashwani Mehta potrait
Clinical Assistant Professor, Cardiovascular Medicine
amehta@kumc.edu

Professional Background

Dr. Ashwani Mehta is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine with sub-certifications in interventional cardiology and cardiovascular disease. He completed his residency and fellowship at The Brooklyn Hospital Center. He earned his medical degree from the University College of Medical Sciences, University of Dehli.

Dr. Mehta is a Clinical Assistant Professor of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. He specializes in diagnostic catheterizations, interventional cardiology, and peripheral interventions.

Education and Training
  • MD, University of Delhi
  • Internship, Safarjung Hospital, New Dehli, India
  • Residency, Safarjung Hospital, New Dehli, India
  • Other, Lions Medical Center, New Dehli, India
  • Other, Ogongo Medical Center, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Other, Neurology, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, New York, United States
  • Clinical Fellowship, Cardiology, The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, New York, United States
  • Residency, Cardiology, The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, New York, United States
Licensure, Accreditations & Certifications
  • Kansas State Board Of Healing Arts
  • Missouri Board of Healing Arts
Professional Affiliations
  • The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions, Member, 1996 - Present

Publications
  • Stanojevic, Dusan, Gunasekaran, Prasad, Levine, Micah, Reichuber, Mark, Genton, Randall, Mehta, Ashwani, Earnest, Matthew, Wiley, Mark, Tadros, Peter, Dawn, Buddhadeb, Gupta, Kamal. 2015. Intravenous Adenosine Infusion is Safe and Well Tolerated During Coronary Fractional Flow Reserve Assessment in Elderly Patients With Sever Arotic Stenosis. Journal American College Cardiology, 65 (10)
  • Stanojevic, D, Gunasekaran, P, Tadros, P, Wiley, M, Earnest, M, Mehta, A, Lippman, M, Levine, M, Dawn, B, Gupta, K. 2016. Intravenous Adenosine Infusion is Safe and Well Tolerated During Coronary Fractional Flow Reserve Assessment in Elderly Patients with Severe Aortic Stenosis.. J Invasive Cardiology
  • Lippmann, Matthew, Patel, Jigar, Kvapil, Jared, Westover, David, Pierpoline, Michael, Tadros, Peter , Wiley, Mark, Muehlebach, Greg, Mehta, Ashwani , Hockstad, Eric , Earnest, Matthew, Gupta, Kamal. 2017. Safety and Feasibility of Rotational Atherectomy in Elderly Patients with Severe Aortic Stenosis. Journal of Invasive Cardiology, 29 (8)