Dr. Dalawari is a Board-Certified Cardiologist specializing in Cardiovascular Intervention and associated procedures. He has been in medical practice for 15 years and cardiology practice for over a decade.
Dr. Dalawari holds Board-Certifications in complementary disciplines including cardiology, cardiovascular and vascular disciplines reflecting a depth and breadth of knowledge that is unique among medico-legal experts. He is also Board-Certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine which can accompany cardiovascular treatment.
Dr. Dalawari specializes in the cardiology disciplines of Interventional Cardiology, Cardiovascular Disease, Nuclear Cardiology, Vascular Medicine and Endovascular Medicine.
Approximately 20% percent of ER visits are cardiac in origin. As an Emergency Medicine doctor, early in his career, Dr. Dalawari treated patients having acute coronary syndromes (including heart attacks) and was drawn to those patients the most; he developed a keen interest in the focused discipline of cardiology, driving his pursuit of the rigorous training necessary to practice cardiovascular medicine.
Dr. Dalawari is uniquely qualified to render a forensic opinion about complex cardiology and cross-over medico-legal considerations, for example, the interface of treatment of heart disease, heart attack, and internal and emergency medicine (conditions of the organs.)
Dr. Dalawari is well versed in contemporary interventional (catheter-based treatment of heart disease) and endovascular procedures including IVUS—echocardiogram and ultrasound diagnosis and treatment, FFR/iFR; laser, Rotaablator, orbital atherectomy; Angiojet; coronary angioplasty and stenting; peripheral atherectomy, and venous interventions. In lay terms, the heart and all organs are especially vulnerable if arteries are blocked or compromised. Dr. Dalawari is an expert in these treatments.
As a medical expert witness, Dr. Dalawari provides objective opinions and testimony based on experience and exceptional cardiology expertise. He is qualified to address standard of care, treatment protocols, cardiovascular events (e.g. heart attacks) associated with accidents or circumstances placing unusual stress on the heart and/or pre-existing conditions. He also opines about prognosis and presumed longevity.
- Health/Medical/Disability Insurance
- Hospital Administration
- Independent Medical Examinations
- Medical Fraud
- Medical Insurance
- Medical Malpractice
- Vascular Surgery
- Wound Care/Pressure Sores
- Wrongful Death
Available Upon Request