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Acme Hospitals’s Cardiology Department

Cardiology is a health department that deals with all disorders related to the heart. It deals with the different conditions of the heart, such as heart attack, heart stroke, heart failure, valvular heart disease, or any other heart defect. A complete skilled professional with the latest technologies mutually makes Acme Hospitals the best cardiology branch in India. We are providing 24 hours of medical service across all seasons.

A cardiologist and a guardian surgeon are different persons. A surgeon is a person who opens the chest to make surgery. But the cardiologist is specialized in diagnosing, analyzing, and treating all that are connected to the cardiovascular system. We are constantly prepared for any medical emergency. Such as heart attack, heart failure, coronary vessel diseases, valvular dysfunctions, etc. We have a cutting-edge GE Innova Cath-lab, which is regarded as the workhorse of cardiac and cerebral diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Apart from routine intervention and diagnostic catheterization, the Cardiology team is equipped to satisfy every cardio-vascular requirement. It also includes IABP for a failing heart, Coronary intervention in acute or chronic scenarios, peripheral vascular intervention in diabetic arteriosclerosis, and so on.

When to check with a cardiologist?

A cardiologist often gives the treatment that has already been treated with a heart attack or heart failure. There are some symptoms of your heart, which may give you a sign to check with a cardiologist. Such as:

a. Shortness of breath

b. Dizziness

c. Chest pains

d. Changes in heart rate breathing

e. With high blood pressure

Sometimes you may need to visit a cardiologist without any symptoms. Such as:

a. chain smokers

b. If you have diabetes with high blood pressure.

c. Family history of heart disease

d. High cholesterol.

Our cardiology tests:

ECG: This process produces an electrocardiogram that records all the heart's electrical activity.

Ambulatory ECG: It measures the heart's rhythms when the patient's body goes with different exercises. In this process, metal electrodes will be stuck on the patient's chest by connecting with a Holter monitor, which records all the heart rhythms.

Endocardiogram: This is an ultrasound picture where you can see the heart structures and chamber. Also, you can check how good your heart is working.

Nuclear cardiology: Here, radioactive materials are used to take the nuclear images to study all cardiovascular issues.

We are providing daily OPD with 24-hour emergency services.