Save Heart HealthLokman Hekim Hospitals Group Created: 2016-12-30 07:13:21
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Save Heart Health

The heart is the center of life for all living beings. With its rhythmic contractions it pumps nutrients, oxygen and blood in our body. Like any other muscle in the body, oxygen is an essential fact for the proper functioning of the heart. To meet this need of the heart, there are coronary arteries, which are the feeder vessels.

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Any problem that can occur in them, may cause very serious issues. Heart, which is one of the most important organs of our body and beating non-stop until the end of our lives is quite sensitive to diseases. Atherosclerosis is the most common heart problem; but, in addition, there are various diseases too. Each year 600 thousand people in the United States die from coronary heart disease, half of whom die suddenly.

Cardiovascular disease has become one of the most serious health problems which is very common in modern society.

Progress of the correct direction of blood in the heart, also depends on the proper operation of the four chambers.

Complaints for heart disease:

- Pain in the chest

- Shortness of breath

- Swelling in the legs

- Fainting

- Heartbeat

- Cyanosis (cyanosis)

- Fatigue

- Dizziness

Diagnosis in our cardiology clinic:

- ECG

- Echocardiography

- Stress Test

- 24-hour rhythm and hypertension ambulatory Holter

- Angiography of the coronary arteries

- Angiography peripheral vascular

- Electrophysiological studies (EPS)

Treatment:

Opening the coronary and peripheral arteries with balloons and stents (it is an available equipment for primary intervention of acute infarction, within 24 hours).

- Securing the ASD, VSD, PDA

- Valvuloplasty balloon

- Temporary or permanent insertion of a pacemaker.

As in the case of many diseases, also in heart diseases, it is necessary to study security measures before as ill comes out. At least, it is necessary to reduce the risks associated with the disease.

For reference purposes and for more information you can call the phone number: 444 99 1


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