MedAdvisor Cardiology

Treatment of cardiac diseases abroad

Cardiology is a medical specialty and a branch of internal medicine associated with heart disease.


Specialists in the field of cardiology are called cardiologists. They diagnose and treat conditions such as congenital heart defects, coronary heart disease, electrophysiology, heart failure and heart disease, can diagnose cardiovascular disorders using blood tests, cardiac stress tests, echocardiography or electrocardiography, or methods of computed tomography and magnetic resonance tomography.


Some of the strategies used by cardiologists to combat cardiovascular diseases involve various types of heart surgery that are performed by a heart surgeon. But it is the cardiologist who helps make decisions about cardiac surgeries - cardiac catheterization, angioplasty, stenting, etc.

When it is necessary to consult a cardiologist

The person may need to be timely preventive consultation (even if there is no active symptoms) if he had a history of heart disease or high cholesterol, if he smokes or smoked. Diabetes also involves visiting a cardiologist.


Symptoms that may indicate heart problems and require immediate visit to a cardiologist:

Heart diseases with which a cardiologist can help:

The cardiologist studies the patient's medical history and conducts a primary medical examination: checks the weight, listens to the heart, lungs, measures pressure, and prescribes the necessary examinations.

Cardiac examinations for the diagnosis of heart disease:

Heart Rate Special Testing:


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