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Dr Kui Swee Leng Michelle

Dr Kui Swee Leng Michelle



National Heart Centre Singapore

Specialty: Cardiology

Sub-specialties: Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Echocardiography

Clinical Appointments

  • Consultant Department of Cardiology National Heart Centre SingaporeNational Heart Centre Singapore


​Dr Kui Swee Leng, Michelle is a Consultant from the Department of Cardiology with the National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS).

She subspecialises in cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and echocardiography.


  • ​Joint Committee on Specialist Training Singapore – Certificate in Specialist Accreditation (Cardiology), 2021
  • Membership of the Royal Colleges on Physicians of the United Kingdom, 2013
  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MBChB, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2010

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Consultant, Department of Cardiology, National Heart Centre Singapore, May 2023 - Present
  • Associate Consultant, Department of Cardiology, National Heart Centre Singapore, May 2021 - April 2023
  • Clinical Instructor, Duke-NUS Medical School, July 2021 - Present
  • Adjunct Research Fellow, Duke-NUS Medical School
  • Clinical Instructor, Duke-NUS Medical School
  • Adjunct Teaching Faculty, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
  • Lecturer/Co-examiner, Diploma in Biomedical Science (Cardiac Tech option)


Research Interests


  • A single-centre experience of His bundle pacing without electrophysiological mapping system: implant success rate, safety, pacing characteristics and one year followup. Swee Leng Kui, Colin Yeo, Lisa Teo, Ai Ling Him, Sherida Binte Syed Hamid, Kelvin Wong, Vern Hsen Tan. Singapore Med J 2022 June 2.
  • Impact of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin receptor blockers on in-hospital mortality among patients with COVID-19: a systemic review and meta-analysis. Xinzhe James Cai, Julian Cheong Kiat Tay, Swee Leng Kui, Aung Soe Tin, Vern Hsen Tan. Singapore Med J 2021; 62(11):563-567.
  • Markers of focal and diffuse nonischemic myocardial fibrosis are associated with adverse cardiac remodelling and prognosis in patients with hypertension: The REMODEL study. Nithin R Iyer, Thu-Thao Le, Michelle SL Kui, Hak-Chiaw Tang, Chee-Tang Chin, Soon-Kieng Phua, Jennifer A. Bryant, Chee-Jian Phua, Briana Ang, Desiree-Faye Toh, Tar-Choon Aw, Chi-Hang Lee, Stuart A. Cook, Martin Ugander, Calvin W.L. Chin. Hypertension 2022;0:10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.122.19225
  • Trainee doctor clinics after 24-hour shifts: Effects on patient satisfaction and prescription errors. Chin CY, Tan SQ, Kui SL, K Gunasegaran, Cheng SL. The Asia Pacific Scholar. 2021 Oct.
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy in paediatric patients with pacing induced cardiomyopathy – A single centre experience. Kui SL, Chin CY, Ching CK. Indian Pacing Electrophysio J. 2018 Sep-Oct; 18 (5): 180-182
  • Use of optical coherence tomography to determine the pathogenesis of very late stent thrombosis in a non-compliant patient with prior coronary stenting and left ventricular thrombus. Kui SL, Chin CY, Yeo KK. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2018 Mar; 71(11): A2237
  • The ‘problematic’ asthmatic patient. Kui SL, How CH, Jansen Koh. Singapore Med J. 2015; 56(7): 368-372.
  • Angiographic and optical coherence tomography features of positive arterial remodelling causing very late stent thrombosis in a first-generation sirolimus-eluting stent. Chin CT, Kui SL, Balakrishnan ID, Yeo KK. AsiaIntervention 2017; 3:162-162

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