Cardiology is a branch of medicine that focuses on problems with the heart. Cardiologists are trained doctors who specialise in heart health. They have been trained to find and treat heart problems like valvular heart disease, congenital heart disease, infections, heart attacks, and heart failure.

Why choose Green City Hospital for Cardiology?

The diagnostic testing, medical treatment, interventional procedures, and rehabilitation are some of the cardiology-related services that can be found at Green City Hospital. For each individual patient, we develop individualised care programmes that are tailored specifically to meet their requirements. by paying attention to the specific requirements and preferences of each individual patient.

Conditions we treat for Cardiology

  • Hypertension
  • Heart failure
  • Cardiac arrest
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Anginopectoris
  • Myocardial infarction
  • Tachycardia
  • Bradycardia
  • Arterial fibrillation
  • Pericarditis

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    Our treatments in Cardiology

    1. Thoracic surgery – repairing a heart valve, lung tumour, or chest aneurysm.
    2. Minimally invasive cardiac valve surgery repairs a stenotic aortic valve (aortic valve stenosis).Surgeons put a catheter into the leg or chest and route it to the heart.
    3. Aneurysm surgery treats aortic aneurysms. A surgeon replaces your aorta’s damaged segment with a synthetic fabric tube.
    4. Vascular surgery for heart and blood flow issues.
    5. Coronary artery bypass surgery treats heart problems. It improves heart blood flow and oxygenation by bypassing major artery blockages.
    6. Angioplasty, also known as percutaneous transluminal angioplasty, is a catheter-based endovascular treatment for arterial atherosclerosis. It involves blood vessel surgery, usually on a coronary artery.
    7. Non-surgical valve replacements A catheterreplaces the patient’s aortic valve through the artery.
    8. Cardioversion uses quick, low-energy shocks to normalise heart rhythm.
    9. Pacemakers are small devices inserted in the chest to regulate heartbeat.
    10. X-ray angiography examines blood vessels.

     Ways to keep Healthy Heart

    • Maintain a healthy weight:Overweight can increase your risk of heart disease. Maintaining a healthy weight through a balanced diet and regular physical activity can help reduce this risk.
    • Eat a heart-healthy diet: A diet rich in, vegetables,fruits,lean proteins,whole grains, and healthy fats can help keep your heart healthy. Avoiding processed foods, sugary drinks, and excessive amounts of trans fats and saturated is also important.
    • Exercise regularly: Regular physical activity, such as walking, cycling, or swimming, can help reduce your risk of heart disease. At least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise most important.
    • Don’t smoke: Smoking can damage your heart and blood vessels and increase your risk of heart disease. If you quitting smoke, can help reduce this risk.
    • Manage stress: Chronic stress can contribute to high blood pressure and heart disease. Practicing stress management techniques, such as yoga,meditation, or deep breathing, can help reduce stress levels.
    • Get enough sleep: Lack of sleep can increase your risk of high blood pressure, obesity, and heart disease. At least7-8 hours of sleep each night is necessary.
    • Monitor your blood pressure and cholesterol levels: High blood pressure and high cholesterol levels are major risk factors for heart disease. Regular monitoring and management of these levels through lifestyle changes or medication can help reduce your risk.


    Most of the time, the first sign of a heart attack is passing out or losing consciousness, along with a sudden drop-in heart rate. Some people may have had chest pain, nausea, dizziness, or sickness before the event. The best thing to do is to go to a doctor.

    There are many things that put you at risk for heart problems. Heart disease is more likely in people who are overweight, have a lot of stress and high blood pressure, have health problems like Type 2 diabetes, have high cholesterol, smoke, or drink a lot. We recommend that healthy adults over 30 get a physical and talk to a doctor once a year.

    Stress tests can find blocked coronary arteries. Under electrocardiographic monitoring, the amount of work is slowly increased. The level of the exam is based on the heart rate. For stress testing, echocardiography or nuclear heart muscle scanning are often used. These strategies improve diagnosis. Coronary artery disease is often checked for in people who have symptoms or a lot of risk factors.

    In a stroke, brain tissue dies because of bleeding or a lack of blood. Most adult strokes happen when the blood flow stops. Because the blood vessels aren’t working right, tiny pieces of debris from the neck arteries, the big aorta in the chest, or the heart could get stuck in the brain or flow there, causing a stroke. This could be clumps of blood or cholesterol. Most of the time, uncontrolled high blood pressure leads to a stroke.