Cardiovascular Diseases

Cardiology deals with the study, analysis and pharmacological or surgical treatment of congenital and acquired cardiovascular diseases.

In addition to the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, failures and abnormalities, cardiologist also deals with cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation of the patient undergoing cardiovascular surgery.

Moreover, it is useful for verifying the nature of symptoms such as chest pain, heart trouble, syncope, dizziness, palpitations and possibly to check the connection with heart disorders.

Cardiological examination is a crucial step to exclude, diagnose or monitor a cardiological disorder. Beyond the cardiovascular disease patients, in fact, they can be sent by their cardiologist to ascertain the nature of symptoms such as chest pain, discomfort, syncope, dizziness, palpitations, and possibly verifying the connection with heart disease disorders.

The physician will at first gather as much information as possible about the history and lifestyle of the assistant: feeding, smoking, physical activity and sedentary life, possible pathologies, family cases of heart disease, recruitment of drugs. The doctor will then proceed to heart auscultation and blood pressure measurement. Visit may also include an electrocardiogram, depending on the prescription.

Exams do not require any kind of preparation.

  • Specialist Cardiology Visit
  •  Cardiological monitoring visit
  •  Holter
  •  Holter Pressure
  • 2C Ecocardiogram
  •  Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • Ergometric test – stress test