We provide professional support in Cardiology.
Cardiology is the branch of science that examines diseases related to the heart and circulatory system. Cardiology, which was previously a sub-branch of internal medicine (internal medicine), is now a separate department. A doctor with medical education becomes a cardiologist by making his specialty in cardiology.
People with symptoms such as fatigue, cyanosis, palpitations, fainting, night urination, edema, shortness of breath, and chest pain are treated in the cardiology department.
Who is a Doctor of Cardiovascular Surgery (Cardiologist)?
Doctors specializing in cardiology are called cardiologists for short. Cardiologists are often compared to cardiac surgeons, but the main difference between cardiologists and cardiac surgeons is that they do not perform surgery. While cardiologists briefly focus on heart health and vessels, the cardiac surgeon is a field that requires more manual skill.
Tasks of cardiologists:
Which Diseases Does Cardiology Look For?
Cardiology generally deals with all diseases related to the heart and circulatory system.
Diseases diagnosed and treated in our cardiology medical unit;