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Customised and comprehensive cardiac care, by a team of experienced cardiologists, who make sure your heart follows a healthy beat.
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We provide treatment and care for a full range of cardiovascular conditions affecting people across ages. From ensuring accurate diagnosis to offering emergency support, we offer a fully integrated approach to monitor your heart. Our areas of expertise include cardiology, cardio arterial diseases, arrhythmia, hypertension and other associated ailments. Our multi-skilled care team uses the latest equipment and innovative procedures for diagnosis and treatments. The nursing team is trained in international and national standards of care to detect problems and provide emergency care. We have on-premise radiology and pathology facilities to handle complex cases with the utmost care.

Cardiovascular conditions we treat:

Cardiovascular conditions we treat:


Arrhythmia is the condition of irregular beating of the heart. It feels like your heart skipped a beat, or added a beat or is in a state of fluttering. A normal human heart takes 60 to 100 heartbeats per minute depending on physical activities performed by the individual. However, due to the onset of problems in cardiac conduction the rhythm becomes abnormal. These can range from harmless to a state of emergency. In case you are experiencing any of the above, reach out to a specialist cardiologist.


Bradycardia, a condition characterised by an abnormally slow heart rate, presents a complex interplay of physiological and pathological factors. With a resting heart rate below 60 beats per minute, bradycardia can stem from various causes, including age-related changes, medication side effects, or underlying cardiac issues. While mild cases may exhibit minimal symptoms or be asymptomatic, severe bradycardia can lead to dizziness, fainting, fatigue, and even compromised organ function. Diagnosis typically involves electrocardiography (ECG) and careful assessment of clinical symptoms. Treatment varies based on the underlying cause, ranging from lifestyle modifications to pacemaker implantation, aiming to restore a healthy heart rhythm and mitigate potential complications.


Cardiomyopathy, a complex heart condition, encompasses various disorders where the heart muscle becomes weakened, enlarged, or rigid, affecting its ability to efficiently pump blood. Classified into different types including dilated, hypertrophic, and restrictive cardiomyopathy, each presents unique challenges. Dilated cardiomyopathy involves a stretched and weakened heart muscle, leading to decreased pumping efficiency. Conversely, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy involves abnormal thickening of the heart muscle, potentially obstructing blood flow. Restrictive cardiomyopathy features stiffening of the heart muscle, impairing its ability to fill with blood. Symptoms range from fatigue and shortness of breath to arrhythmias and heart failure, demanding tailored treatment approaches for optimal management and improved prognosis.

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)

Coronary angioplasty and stenting are interventional procedures used to treat narrowed or blocked coronary arteries, typically caused by atherosclerosis. During angioplasty, a thin tube with a deflated balloon at its tip is threaded through a blood vessel to the affected area. Once in position, the balloon is inflated, compressing the plaque against the arterial walls, thereby widening the vessel and restoring blood flow. In conjunction with angioplasty, a stent—a small mesh tube—is often placed to keep the artery open. This minimally invasive technique can alleviate symptoms of coronary artery disease, such as chest pain, and reduce the risk of heart attack.

Coronary Artery Bypass Graft

Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) surgery is a lifesaving procedure employed to treat severe coronary artery disease. During CABG, a skilled surgical team reroutes blood flow around narrowed or blocked arteries using grafts, typically harvested from the patient's veins or arteries or synthetic materials. By creating new pathways for blood to reach the heart muscle, CABG restores proper blood flow, reducing the risk of heart attack and alleviating symptoms like chest pain. Although it's a major surgery with inherent risks, advancements in techniques and technology have significantly improved outcomes, offering patients a chance for a healthier, more active life.

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) remains a leading cause of morbidity and mortality globally, characterised by a narrowing or blockage of the coronary arteries, impeding blood flow to the heart muscle. Risk factors include high blood pressure, cholesterol levels, smoking, diabetes, and a sedentary lifestyle. Symptoms may vary from chest pain (angina) to myocardial infarction (heart attack). Diagnosis involves medical history, physical exams, and tests like angiography. Treatment includes lifestyle modifications, medication to manage risk factors, and invasive procedures like angioplasty or coronary artery bypass grafting to restore blood flow. Early detection and comprehensive management are crucial in combating this pervasive cardiovascular ailment.


Endocarditis, a rare but serious condition, involves inflammation of the inner lining of the heart chambers and valves, typically caused by bacterial or fungal infection. This ailment often manifests in individuals with pre-existing heart conditions or those with compromised immune systems. Symptoms may include fever, fatigue, and abnormal heartbeat. Prompt diagnosis is crucial, as untreated endocarditis can lead to severe complications like heart failure or stroke. Treatment involves a combination of antibiotics and sometimes surgical intervention to repair damaged heart valves. Vigilance in managing risk factors and practising good oral hygiene is vital for prevention in susceptible individuals.

Heart Failure

Heart failure, a chronic condition characterised by the heart's inability to pump blood effectively, presents a daunting challenge to patients and healthcare providers alike. Whether caused by coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, or other factors, the heart's weakened state leads to symptoms such as fatigue, shortness of breath, and fluid retention. Despite advances in treatment, including medications and lifestyle changes, heart failure remains a significant cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Management strategies focus on alleviating symptoms, improving quality of life, and preventing further deterioration through careful monitoring and tailored interventions. Ultimately, addressing heart failure demands a multidisciplinary approach, emphasising patient education, medication adherence, and ongoing support.

Heart valve disease

Heart valve disease encompasses a range of conditions affecting the valves within the heart, disrupting its normal function. These valves, crucial for regulating blood flow, may suffer from stenosis, preventing proper opening, or regurgitation, causing leakage. Such abnormalities strain the heart, leading to symptoms like chest pain, shortness of breath, and fatigue. Causes vary from congenital defects to age-related degeneration or infections. Diagnosis often involves echocardiography and other imaging techniques. Treatment options depend on the severity and may include medication, minimally invasive procedures, or valve replacement surgery. Timely detection and management are vital for mitigating complications and preserving cardiac health.


Myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle often triggered by viral infections, poses significant risks to cardiovascular health. Characterised by symptoms ranging from chest pain and shortness of breath to arrhythmias and heart failure, myocarditis demands prompt recognition and management. Viruses such as adenovirus, enterovirus, and even SARS-CoV-2 can incite this condition, leading to myocardial damage and potential long-term complications if left untreated. Diagnosis typically involves a combination of clinical evaluation, imaging studies, and cardiac biomarkers. Treatment focuses on alleviating symptoms, reducing inflammation, and addressing underlying causes. Vigilance in monitoring and timely intervention is crucial in mitigating the impact of myocarditis on cardiac function and overall well-being.

Coronary Heart Disease

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the condition where the arteries are narrowed and the blood vessels supplying oxygen and blood to the heart are affected. This is a leading cause of death worldwide in adults. Also called the coronary artery disease, this is an umbrella term that covers various conditions that impact the heart function. The primary cause is cholesterol build up and blood clotting. In most cases it is hereditary. So if you have a family history of heart diseases then do reach out to a cardiologist for timely care.

Resistant Hypertension

Resistant hypertension happens when the patient’s blood pressure is high and doesn’t respond to clinical treatment. Hypertension has recently emerged as a primary health concern across age groups, particularly in adults owing to their day-to-day hectic schedules and poor lifestyle choices. When the patient becomes resistant to medication is when problems spiral out of control. If you are under three separate medications for pressure, taking diuretics to ensure salt balance in the body, yet the condition does not improve, then a cardiologist is needed to assess the true concern and address the problem from its root cause. If ignored, this will lead to fatality. Consult our specialist to get a clear view.

Why choose us?

Why choose us?

Our cardiology services and treatments are designed to meet the unique requirements of every patient. We offer a comprehensive and patient-focused treatment approach to address concerns of your health in a comfortable manner so that you stay on top of your health, every day.

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