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Being the best when it comes to Cardiology in India, we cater an all-inclusive programme for the management of heart diseases; be it treatments like Angiography, Angioplasty or Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery. We, at Shalby, bring together the resources, proficiency, and capabilities in the areas of Cardiology, Cardiothoracic, Vascular Surgery and Cardiac Rehabilitation. We efficiently address the needs of cardiac treatments and the growing number of patients possessing cardiac ailments in India.

Also known to be the best heart hospital in India, Shalby facilitates from the newborns to adults, by providing prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation. Along with the above-mentioned programmes, Shalby also offers some special programmes that cater minimally invasive valve replacement i.e., key-hole surgery, beating heart coronary artery bypass grafting, and awake cardiac surgery.

"Shalby Hospitals has always been dedicated to provide world-class cardiac care, at affordable costs. Our cardiac care solutions range covers the comprehensive cardiology including Paediatric cardiology. Having full time leading best cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, heart specialist and Pediatric cardiac surgeonsof India who possess the cutting-edge techniques, Shalby offers services and treatments with the aid of latest innovations, matching the global benchmarks."

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If you notice any of these conditions, you must seek the attention of the best cardiologist at Shalby Hospitals in India. The hospital chain has the best team of cardiologists and specialized staff to treat cardiovascular diseases.

Being the best when it comes to Cardiology in India, we cater an all-inclusive program for the management of heart diseases; be it treatments like Angiography, Angioplasty or Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery. We, at Shalby, bring together the resources, proficiency, and capabilities in the areas of Cardiology, Cardiovascular Thoracic Surgery (CVTS) and Cardiac Rehabilitation. We efficiently address the cardiac treatment needs of patients suffering from cardiac ailments from India and many parts of the world.

Also known as the best heart hospital in India, Shalby facilitates from the newborns to adults, by providing prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation. Along with the above-mentioned programs, Shalby also offers some special heart care programs like minimally invasive valve replacement i.e., key-hole surgery, beating heart coronary artery bypass grafting, and awake cardiac surgery.

Types of Cardiovascular Diseases

Cardiovascular Diseases (CVD) present several types of conditions. Some of these conditions may develop immediately or lead to any other disease symptoms within the same group.

Types of cardiovascular diseases are:

  • Arrhythmia: It is an irregular heart rhythm or heartbeat
  • Angina: It is the chest pain that occurs due to reduced blood flow to the heart
  • Heart attack: It is a sudden heart blockage affecting the heart’s oxygen supply and blood flow
  • Heart failure: It occurs when the heart can’t relax or contract normally
  • Congenital heart disease: It occurs when heart structure or function is present in a person from birth
  • Artery disease: This condition affects one’s arteries that provide fresh blood supply to heart muscles
  • Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: In this condition, heart muscle walls become thick and instability develops with blood flow and relaxation of muscles in the heart
  • Dilated cardiomyopathy: This is a heart failure type in which the heart becomes larger and can’t pump blood normally
  • Mitral regurgitation: In this condition, blood leaks back via the mitral valve in the heart during contractions
  • Mitral valve prolapse: It occurs when mitral valve bulges within the left atrium of the heart while contracting and leading to mitral regurgitation
  • Aortic stenosis: It is narrowing of the heart valve that leads to blockage of blood flow while leaving the heart
  • Pulmonary stenosis: It is the narrowing of the pulmonary artery that further reduces blood flow from the right ventricle to the pulmonary artery
  • Rheumatic heart disease: It is a strep throat complication that causes heart inflammation. It also affects the regular functioning of heart valves
  • Atrial fibrillation: It is an irregular rhythm that may enhance the risk of stroke
  • Radiation heart disease: In this condition, radiation to the chest may damage heart valves and blood vessels

Vascular diseases may affect the veins, arteries or capillaries throughout the heart and body. They include:

  • Aneurysm: It is an enlargement or a bulge in an artery that can cause rupture and bleeding in the affected area
  • Peripheral artery disease: It makes arteries narrow while reducing blood flow to the limbs
  • Atherosclerosis: In this condition, plaque occurs on the blood vessels, narrowing them while limiting the oxygen-containing blood
  • Renal artery disease: It impacts the blood flow to and from the kidneys while leading to high blood pressure
  • Peripheral venous disease: It causes damage to the veins that flow blood from arms and feet back to the heart. It may lead to varicose veins and leg swelling
  • Venous blood clots: It may break loose and become dangerous if they move to the pulmonary artery
  • Buerger’s disease: It leads to inflammation and blood clots in the legs. It may even result in gangrene
  • Blood clotting: This disorder can lead to blood clot formation too quickly and further lead to excessive clotting or bleeding

It is possible to prevent and manage some of these health conditions that are types of cardiovascular diseases. All you need to do is make some lifestyle changes. However, some conditions can be life-threatening and need emergency surgery. So, it’s best to consult the cardiologist immediately in case of any heart issue.

Diagnosis

The tests required for diagnosing heart diseases depend on the type of condition your doctor diagnose as you have. However, the general diagnosis or tests for any type of heart disease are:

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG): The ECG helps in recording electrical signals that help your doctor to determine any irregularities in the normal rhythm and structure of the heart
  • Echocardiogram: It is a non-invasive examination that includes an ultrasound of the chest and also shows detailed images of the heart’s function and structure
  • Holter monitoring: It is done using a Holter monitor, which is a portable device used for recording continuous ECG for 24 to 72 hours. Holter monitoring is used for detecting heart rhythm irregularities that usually don’t surface through an ECG exam
  • Stress test: This test consists of raising heart rate with medicine or exercises while performing heart tests and imaging to see how your heart responds
  • Cardiac catheterization: This test involves the use of a short tube that is inserted within an artery or vein in the arm or leg. This hollow, flexible and long tube is then inserted within the sheath. With the help of X-ray images on a monitor, the doctor can guide the catheter through an artery until it reaches the heart
  • The pressure in heart chambers is measured, dyed and injected. The dye is seen on the X-ray to help doctors see the blood flow in the heart, valves and blood vessels for checking abnormalities
  • Cardiac computerized tomography (CT) scan: This test is done to check heart issues. In a cardiac CT scan, the patient has to lie down on a table within a doughnut-shaped machine. An X-ra
  • Technology
    • Advanced Cardiac Cath Labs
    • Dedicated Cardiac Operation Theatres
    • Fractional Flow Rate (FFR) for better diagnosis
    • External Counter Pulsation (ECP) for Refractory Cardiac Failure patients
    • Cardiac Electrophysiology for managing Cardiac Rhythm Abnormalities
    • Non-Invasive Cardiology Programme with Stress Test, 2D Echo, Tilt Table Testing, 128 - Slice Dual Source CT scan for CT Coronary Angiography and Nuclear Medicine Department

    Diagnosis for the patients is made much easier with the advanced dual source CARDIAC CAT SCAN. Previously, patients mandatorily had to take a medication to lower their heart rate. This advanced CARDIAC CAT SCAN has enabled the patients to avoid the need for those medications and holding breath for extended periods, making the procedure simple and efficient.


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