Cardiology is the branch of medicine that deals with cardiovascular diseases.
Disease of the Heart Vessels (Coronary Artery H.)
Heart Valve Disease
Hypertension, Heart disease due to hypertension
Heart Muscle Diseases (Cardiomyopathies)
Heart rhythm and conduction system disorders (Arrhythmia, Blocks)
Congenital Heart Diseases
Circulatory Disorders (Peripheral Artery H., Varicose Veins)
Follow-up of patients who have undergone cardiac surgery
(bypass, valve repair or prosthesis, repair of congenital heart diseases)
Follow-up of Hypertension and Heart Diseases in Pregnant Women
Diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of cardiovascular
diseases are performed with Blood Pressure Holter examinations.
With the 1.5 Tesla Magnetic Resonance device, angiography
of the brain, carotid, aorta, lung, upper and lower extremity (arm and leg),
kidney, mesentery, celiac vessels can be performed without using x-ray.
Coronary (heart vessels), lung, kidney, upper and lower
extremity (arm and leg) angiographies are displayed in high quality in a very
short time such as 15-20 seconds with 64-slice Computed Tomography device.
Carotid, kidney, peripheral artery and venous system
veins diseases are diagnosed with Color Doppler Ultrasonography.
With the Cardiological Check-Up Program, the risks of
people who have not been diagnosed with heart disease before in terms of
cardiovascular diseases are investigated and current approaches are applied to
prevent heart diseases according to the determined risk level.