Cardiology speciality is concerned with the normal functionality of the heart and the subsequent deviation from a healthy heart. Many disorders involve the heart itself but some are outside of the heart and in the vascular system.
At Sanad Hospital, we are well equipped to diagnose the following cardiovascular disorders: Hypertension, Arrhythmias, Disorder of the coronary circulation, Cardiac Arrest, Disorders of the Myocardium/Pericardium/Heart Valves, Congenital Heart Defect, Diseases of blood vessels, Great artery defects.
Our highly-qualified team of Cardiologists and support specialists provide patients with the latest advances in care for disorders of the heart, arteries, veins and lymphatic vessels. These services extend to the outpatient department, inpatient wards and the emergency management department. We offer a wide range of cardiac care services and treatments and a full array of diagnostic tests that are quality driven, comprehensive and patient-centered. The department is equipped with the latest, cutting-edge technology to deliver several facilities including – Echocardiography, CT with coronary angiography,
Exercise testing, ambulatory BP monitoring, pacemaker insertion, Holter monitoring and a Cath Lab. The department also consists of a Coronary Care Unit which is equipped with specialized CCU beds, ventilators in addition to cardiac monitors. The unit is staffed by a team of highly skilled multidisciplinary professionals who provide high-quality healthcare to patients of all ages.
The Cardiology Department services include:
o ECG for diagnosis of IHD, and electrolytes abnormalities
o ECG holter for diagnosis of Arrhythmias, or other cases like syncope.
o Cardioverters with percutaneous pacemaker ability.
o Stress test for diagnosis of IHD and Arrhythmias
o BP Holter for diagnosis of HTN.
o Echocardiography, transthoracic and transesophageal for diagnosis of variety of heart diseases.
o Multislices coronary CTS for diagnosis of CAD , Aortic dissection, and pulmonary embolism
o Diagnostic and interventional cath lab.
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