At Ankur Hospital cardiologist is a physician who’s an expert in the care of your heart and blood vessels. They can treat or help you prevent a number of cardiovascular problems. They can also specialize in specific areas, such as abnormal heart rhythms, heart failure, or heart problems you’ve had since birth.
A cardiologist is a physician who specializes in the care of your heart and blood vessels. They can treat or prevent a variety of cardiovascular conditions. Additionally, they can specialize in specific areas, such as abnormal heart rhythms, heart failure, or heart problems you’ve had since birth.
The role of a cardiologist
Cardiologists treat chest pain, high blood pressure, and heart failure, as well as problems with your heart valves, blood vessels, and other heart and vascular issues. Tests like electrocardiograms, echocardiograms, and CTs (computed tomography) can be ordered to determine what’s wrong. After they diagnose you, they can prescribe medicine, help you start healthier exercise and eating habits, or perform cardiac catheterization.
Your cardiologist will examine you and discuss your symptoms, medical history, and family history with you. If anyone in your family has had heart problems, it’s important to tell your cardiologist because that can increase the chances of you having one as well.
The following information can provide your cardiologist with valuable information about your cardiovascular health:
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A department of Internal Medicine is the backbone of a hospital. It takes care of both admitted patients and patients coming into the outpatient department with a broad perspective and expertise. The Department of Internal Medicine provides comprehensive care to patients with multiple organ systems involved with the aid of its subspecialties, including emergency and critical care departments.
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