You are not alone. Cardiology problems are very common in today’s world. Do not underestimate your chest pain as it could be associated with serious heart conditions such as a heart attack or angina

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CT / CAT Scanning: Computerized Tomography is the scanning that give detailed anatomical information about organs and tissues of human body.

MRI Scanning (Magnetic Resonance Imaging): It is a radiology technique that uses radio waves ,magnetism, and a computer to provide clear body structure images that can detect smallest change in the body.

Digital Subtraction Angiography: It is an integrated technique that use radiology with fluoroscopy to create clear image of blood vessels.

Doppler Ultrasound: It is the ultrasound technique which measures the amount of blood flow within the blood vessels. It can detect the presence of potential blockages in the veins and arteries where blood flow seems to be abnormal.

X-rays: They are the electromagnetic radiation waves that create images inside the human body in different shades of black and white.

Echocardiography EKG/ Electrocardiography ECG: It is a test which use ultrasounds techniques. The ultrasound waves proceed from a special device, and collide with the heart to take a picture of the heart and its different parts. By echocardiography computer device the audio signal is converted into image that displays on the screen

Holter Monitoring: It is a portable device that allow the monitoring continuously for the heart and cardiovascular activities.

Transesophageal Echocardiogram: It depends on ultrasound to determine the structure and functions of the heart. This method allows to see images inside the beating heart and offer a vision of how the blood flow within the heart.

Cardiac Catheterization: Imaging of the coronary arteries of the heart by injecting colored materials in the arteries, and catheter designed to detect hardening of the arteries of the heart such as blockage or narrowing of the coronary arteries and to identify any treatment plan.

Biopsy: A medical procedure in which cells or tissue taken as sample for analysis or examination in the laboratory. Such procedure done in case of tissues abnormality of to help to address what this abnormality is.

Dilated Cardiomyopathy DCM: It is the disease of the heart muscle fibers, resulting in the expansion in the size of the left ventricle, and most of the other chambers such as the heart’s left atrium, and this expansion is usually accompanied by a decline in systolic ability of the heart muscle.

Inflammatory Cardiomyopathy: The inflammatory heart muscles disease in association with cardiac dysfunction, causes by autoimmune, and infectious subtypes.

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: This type of heart disease is characterized by swelling of the heart that prevent the normal flow of blood. Main reasons of this heart disease is genetic imbalances.

Cardiovascular Disease: number of specific diseases that affect the heart itself and / or vascular system, especially the veins and arteries leading to and from the heart. Some of the cardiovascular diseases are:
– Congenital heart disease
– ​Coronary Artery Disease
​ – Stroke
– ​Aortic Disease
​ – Blood vessel disease
​ – Pericardial disease
​ – Heart valve disease

Arrhythmia: It is the heartbeat disorder disease with fast or slow heartbeats.

Murmurs: It is the abnormal sound of blood flow from heart that enabled to hear with just stethoscope. It has two type the first on is physiologic murmur and the other on is functional murmur.

Left Ventricular Hypertrophy: It is when the heart muscle in the left ventricle becomes more thick or overgrown, usually as a result of high blood pressure. Swells the heart muscle fibers and shorten length, so it becomes difficult for them to reach the resting state.

Restrictive Cardiomyopathy: It is one of the rare cardiomyopathy conditions which is result of the hardening of heart walls that makes heart unable to establish blood supply by stretching correctly.

Pediatric Cardiology: It is the treatment of fetus, infant, children and young adults heart diseases.​

Coronary Artery Disease: It is a disease of the heart muscle causing ischemia and lack of access to adequate oxygen because of a narrowing of the arteries feeding the heart.

Congenital Heart Defects: Congenital heart defects is a problem occur in the heart of the fetus before birth. Such problems may affect the chambers of heart, the valves or blood vessels. A child can born with one or more congenital defects.

Disorders of coronary circulation: It is the disorders in blood circulation in the human body. It is caused by high blood pressure, high cholesterol and smoking.

Disorders of pericardium: It is an inflammatory condition that affects the sac it may be caused by a virus or other infection, heart attack, heart surgery, other medical conditions, injuries and certain medications. It can cause chest pain, fast heartbeat and difficulty in breathing.

Disorders of heart valves: It is when one or more of four valves of heart do not work proper during the heartbeat.

Aortic Dissection: It is a rupture in aorta wall that cause bleeding in aortic artery and separating aorta layers.

Angina Pectoris: It is the chest pain occurs when the heart muscle has difficulty in providing blood. It usually occurs due to the hardening and narrowing of the arteries that supply the heart with blood.

Ischemic Heart Disease: It is the insufficient supply of blood to specific tissues in the body, resulting the lack of concentration of glucose and oxygen necessary for the operations of metabolic and cellular especially in the brain, intestines, heart, and skin.

Robotic Surgery / Da Vinci: It is one of the most advanced surgical technology. The integration between the high definition 3D vision system with wristed instrument in intuitive motion control.

Hybrid Cardiovascular Surgical Suite: It is an operating room with imaging technology necessary for heart and vascular surgeries. It reduces the time of procedures, length of hospital stay and shortens the recovery time. It is double size of the regular operating room with unique equipment.

Circulatory & Ventricular Assist Devices: It is a device to assist blood circulation. It has two types: one is temporary and other one permanent for life time support.

Artificial Pacemaker: It is a device that help in regulating the heartbeat by electrical impulses.

AICD (Automatic Implantable Cardioverter- Defibrillator) Implantation: It is a device for inside the chest that monitor heartbeat rhythm so it slows or speeds the heartbeat and even give shock if the heart stops.

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