Pave the way towards a healthier tomorrow by prioritizing your heart health today. United Hospital’s Cardiology experts will guide you will unparallelled care, every step of the way.
The Department of Cardiology at United Hospital is committed to providing the finest care to patients suffering from a wide spectrum of heart diseases and ailments, ranging from mild to complex. Our experts offer personalized treatment plans, curated not only to treat the underlying condition but also to strengthen your heart and help it function better. The Department is backed by dedicated laboratories, subspecialty clinics, preventive health check programs and up-to-the-minute modalities that help to deliver the best outcomes. The diagnostic unit is manned by a highly specialized and dedicated team, who adhere to very stringent benchmarks of quality, ensuring precision-based evaluation and assessment. From medicinal treatments to conventional surgeries and minimally invasive interventions, the Department offers all the services under a single roof to give you a hassle-free experience.
It refers to an abnormality in the patient’s heartbeat which is either too slow or too fast. A resting heart normally beats 60 to 100 times in a minute but an arrhythmic heart either beats less than 60 times in a minute (bradycardia) or more than 100 times (tachycardia).
It refers to an obstruction in the coronary artery, triggered by the accumulation of plaque. It is a leading risk factor for a variety of heart complications like aneurysms, CAD, and heart attack.
The condition is marked by the restricted blood supply to the brain owing to an obstruction in the arteries carrying blood to it. It can be caused by an underlying medical condition or a traumatic injury that results in the formation of a clot. Most stroke symptoms are debilitating.
Commonly referred to as myocardial infarction, it is a condition triggered by an insufficient supply of oxygenated blood to the heart, which causes the cells to die. As a result of this, the heart becomes dysfunctional.
It is marked by the inability of the heart to carry out its functions efficiently and can be of 4 different types. These are left-sided heart failure, right-sided heart failure, diastolic heart failure, and systolic heart failure.
Congenital heart problems
It refers to all those heart problems or defects that are present since birth. It means that a baby is born with these. Some of these conditions can be treated while the baby is still inside the womb while others are corrected after the baby is born.
It is marked by an inflammation in the pericardium, a thin sac of tissues that surrounds the heart. It usually results from an injury or infection. Common pericardial diseases include acute pericarditis, pericardial effusion, cardiac tamponade, and constrictive pericarditis.
Heart valve diseases
These are heart diseases and ailments that specifically affect the valves, and may either be congenital or acquired. Common valve problems include regurgitation, stenosis and atresia. These can affect more than one valve at a time.
It is a disease of the heart muscles that interferes with its ability to pump blood to the rest of the body. The condition is classified into two varied types i.e. hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and restrictive cardiomyopathy. In extreme cases, the patient may need a new heart.