Subramaniam Krishnan, M.D.
- Offers MyHealth Online
This provider offers Sutter Health's electronic health record with the following online services:
- Email your doctor's office
- Prescription refills
- View test results
- Proxy access for caregivers
- Track immunizations
- Secure mobile access
- Schedule an appointment*
- Pay bills online*
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Accepting new patients
Accepting new patients
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- Hospital Affiliations
Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento
- Medical Affiliations
Sutter Medical Foundation
- Sutter Medical Group
Sutter Medical Network
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Credentials & Notables
- Medical School:
University of Madras, India
Michael Reese Hospital and Emory University School of Medicine
Cardiology, Massachusetts General Hospital
Electrophysiology, Beth Israel Hospital
- Primary Language(s)
Variations in Thebesian valve anatomy and coronary sinus ostium: implications for invasive electrophysiology procedures
Intracoronary electrocardiographic deflections during transmural ischemia induced by percutaneous transluminal coronary angio...
Dr. Krishnan’s career in Electrophysiology began with the legendary Dr. Gordon
Moe, regarded as the father of Cardiac Electrophysiology at the Masonic Medical Research
Laboratory in Utica NY while he was still a medical student. Working with Dr. Charles
Antzelevitch, he described a novel mechanism of reentry called "phase 2 reentry" that
is thought to underlie the development of arrhythmias in patients with idiopathic
ventricular fibrillation, specifically the Brugada syndrome. Phase 2 reentry also
defines the mechanism by which certain antiarrhythmic drugs cause arrhythmias. His
research efforts also provide an explanation for the ST segment abnormalities in patients
with the Brugada syndrome.
His current clinical interests relate to catheter ablation of arrhythmias (especially atrial fibrillation) and over the past several years have also included biomedical innovations on various cardiology procedures. In 2010, he described a novel cardiac structure termed the left atrial septal pouch. This structure can be a source of strokes in some patients.
American College of Cardiology; American College of Physicians; Cardiac Electrophysiology Society; American Medical Association; American Heart Association
Philosophy of Care
Restoring the rhythm of life - one patient at a time.
Adult Congenital Heart Disease
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