About Non invasive cardiology
- 3D Transthoracic Echocardiography
- 3D Transoesophageal Echocardiography
- Dobutamine Stress Echo and Contrast Echocardiography
- Holter monitoring
Tilt table testing & 24-hour ambulatory BP monitoring
Frequently asked Questions
Non-invasive cardiology refers to a branch of cardiology that focuses on diagnosing and treating heart conditions without the need for surgery or invasive procedures. It primarily uses imaging techniques and tests to assess the heart’s structure and function and aids in diagnosing various heart conditions.
Some common non-invasive cardiology tests include electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), echocardiogram, stress echocardiogram, exercise stress test, Holter monitor, nuclear imaging (SPECT and PET), cardiac CT scan, cardiac MRI, and carotid ultrasound, among others.
A stress test, also known as an exercise stress test, is performed to assess how well the heart functions during physical activity. It helps in diagnosing conditions such as coronary artery disease and evaluates the heart’s response to increased demand for blood and oxygen during exercise.
Non-invasive cardiology procedures are typically performed by cardiologists, who are medical doctors specialized in diagnosing and treating heart conditions. They may work in collaboration with specialized technicians or sonographers who operate the imaging equipment.
Yes, non-invasive cardiology procedures are generally safe and pose minimal risk to patients. Since they do not involve any surgical incisions or penetration of the skin, they carry fewer complications and have a lower risk of infection compared to invasive procedures.
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