Diseases being treated with Interventional Cardiology in India by anamaulida

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									Interventional cardiology in India includes various non-surgical
procedures for treating cardiovascular disease. An interventional
cardiologist in India uses catheters - thin, flexible tubes - to get
inside blood vessels for diagnostic tests or to repair damaged vessels or
other heart structures while ruling out the need for surgery.
Interventional cardiology involves treating patients with narrowed
arteries and weakened heart valves that is caused by coronary artery
disease, heart valve disease, or peripheral vascular disease. Coronary
heart disease is the narrowing of the coronary arteries, the tubes which
supply the heart muscle with blood and oxygen. This narrowing of arteries
is caused by atherosclerosis which includes the buildup of fatty
deposits, cholesterol, calcium, and plaque of the inner surface of the
arteries. Atherosclerosis blocks blood flow to the heart which can lead
to heart attack or other heart problems. Its symptoms include angina
(sporadic chest pain), shortness of breath, sweating, nausea, and
weakness.


  Heart valve disease includes heart valves not functioning smoothly to
regularize the flow of blood through the heart chambers. These issues can
arise from birth abnormalities or through damage by rheumatic fever,
bacterial infection, or treatment for heart attacks. In order to cover
up, your heart muscles pump harder, and may be unable to supply adequate
blood supply to your body.      Peripheral Vascular Disease includes the
blockage of the coronary arteries in your heart. These blocked vessels
can increase the risk for high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke,
or limb loss. The symptoms include pain in the leg muscles and/or severe
aching pain in your toes or feet at night. The interventional
specialists cardiology India employ state-of-the-art technology and
procedures to keep your heart healthy and working. The various symptoms
for a diseases heart include:      · Undiagnosed chest pain syndromes ·
Chronic angina · Unstable angina · Acute myocardial infarction · -
˜Valvular heart disease · Congestive heart failure


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