Some ailments like that of the heart develop over time and show up on a sudden, which is why going for Premium Cardiac Checkup at the Jaipur Heart and Multispeciality Centre can prove to be a great preventive measure in helping avoid as well as tackle such chronic diseases. A Premium Cardiac Checkup refers to the detailed screening of the circulatory system, mostly the heart, to detect the presence or possibility of any cardiovascular disease.

Why go for Premium Cardiac Checkup?

The increasing complexities in lifestyles and the degrading health measures have led to an increment in the factors that risk the heart, such as alcohol consumption, tobacco usage, unhealthy diet, high blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels, increased level of stress and pressure, age, negligence, pollution, hereditary causes and so on. In such a case, the best way to prevent the cardiac diseases is through limiting the risk factors, and that can only be achieved through an exhaustive cardiac checkup. As is generally observed, the cardiovascular or coronary artery disease does not tend to reveal any symptoms in the early stages, and there are cases where it might already be too late by the time a patient experiences its consequences. Hence, a detailed heart checkup atleast once as per the doctor’s recommendation becomes crucial.

What does the Premium Cardiac Checkup comprise of?

The Premium Cardiac Checkup is carried out by skilled and experienced professionals bringing the best blend of the latest technologies into application, and involves several diagnostic and analytical tests for the complete examination of the cardiac health. The Premium Cardiac Checkup covers the pulmonary function test in addition to the Advance Cardiac Checkup. Here’s the list of tests included –

  • ECG- records the heart’s electrical activity besides checking the functioning of the mechanical device implants in the heart (if any) and also gives indications of chronic ailments like heart attacks.
  • Blood Sugar Test – Helps detect or check diabetes
  • Angiography – helps detect aneurysm, CAD and blood vessel blockages
  • Holter – monitors heart rhythm to detect signs of arrhythmia
  • Balloon Valvuloplasty – to help patients with aortic valve stenosis
  • Coronary Angiography – helps reveal symptoms of CAD, congenital heart disease, heart failures
  • Echocardiogram – helps detect cardiomyopathy, irregular heartbeats, heart failure

In conjunction with the above, there’s a cardiac stress test that helps diagnose CAD, arrhythmia and related heart disorders. On the other hand, the pulmonary function test assists in correctly diagnosing whether symptoms like shortness of breath result from a cardiac or pulmonary ailment in the concerned patient.