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What does Cardiologist do?
A cardiologist is a doctor with special training in diagnosing, treating and preventing the diseases of the heart and blood vessels. Our Online Cardiologist will help you to manage your heart conditions as much as possible.
When to see Cardiologist?
Most patients think about seeing a doctor when they don’t feel well but may put it off. Don’t put it off. You’ll regret it. If you are having heart pain it can be because of high cholesterol, high blood pressure, family history, if you are starting new exercise program or diabetic you better consult to cardiologist to see exact reason.
Your heart is the most important muscle of your body, so take care of it.
What are the heart disease symptoms?
Below are some basic heart symptoms. If you are experiencing any of these please see cardiologist immediately.
An online cardiologist can ask you to carry out tests for a heart murmur or an abnormal heart rhythm. They often treat patients who have had a heart attack, heart failure, or other heart problems. They help make decisions about heart surgery, heart catheterization, and angioplasty and stenting
You can ask an online cardiologist on how you can strengthen your heart. You can also get to know about the common tests the cardiologists may want to have to diagnose on the heart condition.
The medical tests needed to diagnose your heart disease depend on what condition the online cardiology doctor thinks you might have based on your symptoms (if any), risk factors and medical history.
If you have heart issues or are suspected of having a heart condition, the cardiology specialists may asks for the following tests .
Electrocardiogram (ECG). This test records the electrical activity of the heart, shows abnormal rhythms (arrhythmias), and can sometimes detect heart muscle damage.
Stress test. This is also called a treadmill or exercise ECG. This test is done to monitor the heart while you walk on a treadmill or pedal a stationary bike. Your doctor also monitors your breathing and blood pressure. A stress test may be used to detect coronary artery disease, or to determine safe levels of exercise after a heart attack or heart surgery.
Transthoracic echocardiogram (echo or TTE). An echo is a noninvasive test that uses sound waves to evaluate your heart's chambers and valves, and how well it pumps. The echo sound waves create a real time image on the monitor as an ultrasound probe is passed across the skin over your heart.
Holter monitor. For this test, you wear a small, portable, battery-powered ECG machine. Small patches (wired electrodes) are attached to the skin over your heart. The monitor to records heartbeats over a period of 24 to 48 hours during normal activities.
Event recorder. For this test, you wear a small, portable, battery-powered machine used to record ECG over several weeks. Each time you have symptoms, you press a button on the recorder to record the ECG sample.
MRI of the heart. This procedure uses a combination of large magnets, radiofrequencies, and a computer to make detailed images of organs and structures in your body. Your provider may order an MRI of the heart to look at the heart valves and major vessels.
Cardiac CT scan. This imaging procedure uses an X-ray machine and a computer to create a 3-D pictures of the heart. Sometimes a dye is injected into a vein so that your heart arteries can be seen as well. It can also be used to find out how much calcium is in your heart arteries
In recent times, the focus is gradually shifting to Preventive cardiology due to increased Cardiovascular Disease burden at an early age. As per WHO, 37% of all premature deaths are due to cardiovascular diseases and out of this, 82% are in low and middle income countries. Clinical cardiology is the sub specialty of Cardiology which looks after preventive cardiology and cardiac rehabilitation. Preventive cardiology also deals with routine preventive checkup though non invasive tests specifically electrocardiography, Stress Tests, Lipid Profile and General Physical examination to detect any cardiovascular diseases at an early age while cardiac rehabilitation is the upcoming branch of cardiology which helps a person regain his overall strength and live a normal life after a cardiovascular event.
Consult a cardiologist online and take steps to prevent the cardiology diseases.
Many people who have been diagnosed with a heart condition go on to live long, full lives. However, it's important to make lifestyle changes to manage your heart health over the longer term.
If you have been discharged from hospital after a diagnosis or a procedure, the steps to recovery are likely to be:
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