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Cardiology is a medical branch, which is directly related to our heart. The heart is one of the main parts of our body which regulates the internal system of our body. The heart manages the internal things in our body. The heart is not only about feelings; this is a complete system that carries lots of work regulations. If we are facing any heart disease, a cardiologist will treat us. This is a medical specialty and a branch of internal medicine, which is concerned with all types of disorders related to the heart.

A cardiologist is not the same as a cardiac surgeon, both of them are different. A cardiac surgeon opens the chest and then does the heart surgery.

Cardiology is the study and treatment of diseases, which are related to the heart and blood vessels. A person with heart disease also called cardiovascular disease may be referred to a cardiologist.

A cardiologist at Prasidh hospital specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases related to the cardiovascular system. He will carry out tests, and they may perform some procedures, such as heart catheterizations, angioplasty, or inserting a pacemaker. Heart disease relates specifically to the heart, on the other hand, cardiovascular disease affects the heart, the blood vessels, or both.

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Prasidh hospital’s reputation for the best care and home-like atmosphere with advanced medical technology and facilities ensures we attract leading consultants and specialists. All our clinicians are board-certified, experts and come with very high credentials within their field of specialty. Many of our consultant doctors are international faces as well. Whilst practicing at our hospital, our consultants comply with the Clinical Governance system that ensures adequate patient care. All our nurses are highly qualified and registered with the Nursing Council.
At Prasidh Hospital, we are committed to providing all patients with advanced medical and surgical treatments with access to the latest treatment technology available.


In case any person has issues with a heart condition, their physician may refer them to a cardiologist.

Symptoms, which may indicate a heart problem are:

·         shortness of breath

·         dizziness

·         chest pains

·         changes in heart rate or rhythm

·         high blood pressure


A cardiologist can suggest some tests for a heart murmur or an abnormal heart rhythm.

These doctors usually treat patients, who have had heart-related problems, such as heart attack, heart failure, or other heart problems. They help in making decisions about heart surgery, heart catheterization, angioplasty, and stenting.

Heart diseases that a cardiologist may help with include:

·         atherosclerosis

·         atrial fibrillation

·         arrhythmias

·         congenital heart disease

·         coronary heart disease

·         congestive heart disease

·         high blood cholesterol and triglycerides

·         hypertension

·         pericarditis

·         ventricular tachycardia

·         high blood pressure, or hypertension

Symptoms, which could indicate a heart problem are:

·         shortness of breath

·         dizziness

·         chest pains

·         changes in heart rate or rhythm

·         high blood pressure

A cardiologist can review a patient’s medical history and carry out a physical examination. These doctors might check the person’s weight, heart, lungs, blood pressure, and blood vessels, and carry out some tests.

An interventional cardiologist at Prasidh hospital might carry out procedures such as angioplasties, stenting, valvuloplasties, congenital heart defect corrections, and coronary thrombectomies.



These doctors can also carry out or order tests as listed below:

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG): ECG is used to record the electrical activity of the heart.
  • Ambulatory ECG: This records heart rhythms during the person carries out exercise or regular activities. Some small metal electrodes are stuck onto the chest, and these are connected by wires to a Holter monitor, which records our rhythms.
  • An exercise test, or stress test: This shows the changes in heart rhythm when resting and exercising. It measures the performance and limitations of our hearts.
  • Echocardiogram: This provides an ultrasound picture, which shows the structure of the heart chambers and surrounding areas, and it may show how well the heart is working.
  • Echocardiography: This can measure how well our heart is pumping blood, which is known as cardiac output. It can detect inflammation around the heart, mainly known as pericarditis. It may also identify structural abnormalities or infections of the heart valves.
  • Cardiac catheterization: In this, a small tube in or near the heart collects data and may help relieve a blockage. It may take pictures and check the functioning of the heart and the electrical system. Catheter-based techniques with fluoroscopy could be used to treat congenital cardiac, valvular, and coronary artery diseases.
  • Nuclear cardiology: Nuclear imaging techniques mainly use radioactive materials to study cardiovascular disorders and diseases in a non-invasive way. Its examples are infarction imaging, single-photon-emission computed tomography or SPECT, planar imaging, and myocardial perfusion imaging.
  • Cardiac electrophysiology- This is a subspecialty of cardiology. In this, the physician looks at how the electric currents inside the heart muscle tissue work, how the current spreads, and what the pattern of the currents means.

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