Cardiac Clinic Dubai

Al Sharq Hospital - Fujairah
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Phone
+971-9-2059939
Fax
+971-9-2249993
Box No.
8505
City
Fujairah
Area
Location
Al Faseel St, Nr Preventive Medicine Department
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PROFILE OF Cardiac Clinic

About 100,000 beats per day, 35 million beats per year and over three billion beats in a lifetime- this is how the heart “occupies its time”. The heart is the organ that puts into operation the whole body and which makes the life possible. The cardiology is the branch of medicine that studies the heart and the circulatory system. The heart and blood vessels diseases are diagnosed and treated by cardiologists in the cardiac clinics.

There are a lot of cardiac clinics all over the world, but some of the best can be found in Dubai. People from all over the world come to Dubai, in order to resolve their hear problems and to meet the best cardiologists. The role of a cardiologist is more important than it seems.

In the cardiac clinics from Dubai, people talk more and more about the interventional cardiology. The interventional cardiology is a combination of classical cardiology and the cardiac surgery, with extremely high benefits for patients. It is also called “the true key to the success” because it represents an intervention with minimal risks for the patients. Using the latest technology, the physicians who practice this revolutionary branch of medicine provide unique methods of diagnosis and treatment, addressing to cases that the traditional medicine would be treated by using a scalpel.

One of the most popular heart analyses in a cardiac clinic is the electrocardiogram. The Electrocardiogram (also known as EKG or ECG) is an absolutely harmless and painless test verification of the electrical activity of the heart, but it is important to notice that it can not detect a future heart attack. There are a number of medicines that can change electrocardiogram results, and this is the reason why people should tell their doctor about all the prescription and nonprescription medicines that they take. Usually, a complete electrocardiogram test takes from 5 to 10 minutes and it is highly recommended that people take it, from time to time.

Also it is important to know that the heart is not called “the body clock” by chance. It is an incredible machine that works with Swiss precision. Unfortunately, it sometimes may get sick, and when a person shows the signs of a heart attack they should know how to discover them and how to react. The experts from cardiac clinics in Dubai claim that the most heart attacks may occur during the day, between 6:00 to 18:00. Having a heart attack during the night, when the heart should rest, happens very rarely.