Cardiology

Heart disease takes the first place among the causes of death. The most common type of heart disease is coronary heart disease. When the coronary arteries that supply the heart are blocked by blood clots and blood lipids, it can result in a risk of heart attack.

The people with chest pain, palpitations, feeling of restlessness on the chest, shortness of breath, shoulder and back pain sensation and also smoking habit, family resume cardiac problem, high cholesterol, physically inactive life and diabetes should have regularly cardiology examinations.

Heart attack emerging suddenly without showing any serious symptoms with possible life- threatening consequences can be observed frequently along with heart and circulatory system diseases and the most important issue regarding the diagnosis and treatment of it is revealing the causes of the diseases with early diagnosis and correct treatment. For this, it is necessary to have high-tech devices and specialist physician staff with modern infrastructure.

In the Cardiology Department, important information about the state of the heart can be obtained through painless diagnostic methods that do not require the insertion of a catheter into the vein and the injection of a substance, which do not have the risk of vascular damage or tissue damage in the patient.
Main diagnostic methods used;

  • Effort-Treadmill
  • Holter (24 hour ECG)
  • ECG
  • Echocardiography