Heart disease is the leading cause of death across the world, causing about 1 in 4 deaths. The term “heart disease” refers to several types of heart conditions dealing with the heart and certain circulatory systems. The most common type of heart disease is coronary artery disease (CAD), which can lead to a heart attack. You can greatly reduce your risk for heart disease through lifestyle changes and, in some cases, medicine. Our Cardiology department at Medilife has expert cardiologists, trained nurses, and support staff to help you.
Our Non-Invasive Cardiology department is equipped with the latest generation Cardiac Colour Doppler, & 12 channel E.C.G machine supported by an experienced & most eminent team of Cardiologists & well-trained paramedical staff. We also have ICU backup to deal with cardiac emergencies and an effective way for a referral if needed.
As per World Health Organization’s report, 37% of all premature deaths are due to cardiovascular diseases. The changing lifestyles and the ‘Lifestyle’ diseases are the main reason for cardiac problems.
We advise you to book an appointment with our Cardiologist in case –
- if your Doctor recommends
- if you feel heart pain or any related inconvenience
- if anyone in your family has or has had heart problems
- if your blood reports show high total Cholesterol
- if you have high blood pressure or high systolic number
- if you are a smoker
- if you are a chronic Diabetic patient
- if you are above 45 – and never consulted a Cardiologist
Our expert doctors will –
- Diagnose you with the state-of-art diagnostic equipment we have. Based on the outcome of the diagnosis, our doctors either prescribe you the required medicine or refer to another specialized hospital – based on the requirements.
- Considering your age, gender, and health conditions suggest you the appropriate physical activity.
- Educate you about healthy living, including healthy eating, taking medicine as prescribed, and ways to help you quit smoking.
- Counsel you to reduce your mental stress, and anxiety.