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It is really critical to take the requisite prevention steps for heart failure that can be found in both age ranges and in both sexes from childhood onwards. In fact people with a family history of heart disease are more at risk than others, so they should be tested regularly by a doctor.


Diagnosis, treatment and follow-up treatments for heart disease are carried out by internal care teams called Cardiology.


Specialties such as interventional cardiology, non-invasive cardiology (non-invasive cardiology), electrophysiology and arrhythmia and in specific, minimally invasive heart surgery conducted by specialist doctors using state-of-the-art devices Cardiac catheterization and coronary angiography, coronary angioplasty, stent insertion, pacemaker implantation (biventr) Diseases diagnosed and treated in our cardiac.

Congenital Heart Disease

Diseases caused by congenital heart-related anatomical defects are referred to as congenital (congenital, congenital heart disease. These disorders may be hereditary or may be caused by genetic diseases or uncertain causes. The most popular of them are: hearing a murmur while the heart is sleeping for causes such as anatomical abnormalities throughout the heart valves, openings in the arteries, or vascular stenosis. While care choices vary from patient to patient, prescription or surgery can be required.

Coronary artery problems

Coronary artery disease, one of the most prevalent cardiovascular diseases, occurs as a result of atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries, which are the vessels that feed the heart, or the occlusion of the vessels due to the buildup of fatty plaques in the vessels due to high cholesterol. This situation contributes to the inability to provide adequate oxygen to the heart muscle and to the onset of heart failure.

Failure of the heart

Heart failure occurs as a result of injury to the heart due to coronary disease or a variety of various causes and as a result of the inability to pump the necessary volume of blood to the body. Applications such as the use of pacemakers and support systems, surgical recovery procedures and heart transplantation, as well as numerous opioid derivatives, are used in the treatment.


Heart attack, the medical term of which is myocardial infarction, is an acute illustration of sudden and extreme pain and tightness in the abdomen. Where required, applications such as the use and monitoring of medications and surgical techniques are used in therapy.

Rhythm disorders in the heart (arrhythmias)

An irregular heartbeat or irregular heartbeat is referred to as arrhythmia or arrhythmia. This situation manifests itself with negative consequences such as heart rhythms too quickly (tachycardia) or too slow beats (bradycardia), fainting and palpitations.

Illness of the heart valve

It is characterized by heart valve diseases, weakening of the heart valves or blood loss that are congenital to the heart or occur later due to causes such as genetic factors, old age, extreme infection.

Aortic Artery Disease

Aortic artery-related diseases, the main artery in the body, are classified together as aortic vascular diseases. Aortic aneurysm (dilation), vascular layer rupture (dissection), occlusion or stenosis in an artery are the most common aortic disorders.

Arteriosclerosis (therosclerosis)

Vascular stiffness (therosclerosis), which is a very important and initiating factor in the occurrence of many severe heart disorders, occurs through the hardening and lack of flexibility of the arteries due to the buildup of cholesterol in the vascular walls.


Hypertension is one of the most common chronic illnesses in our country and the world. Systolic blood pressure should be below 120 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure below 80 mmHg.

Hyperlipidemia and dyslipidemia

The prevalence of cholesterol and other blood lipids above the amounts that should be present in the blood is a risk factor for the development of many heart and vascular diseases, especially atherosclerosis. Hyperlipidemia, the height of multiple forms of lipids in the blood; the rise of overall cholesterol, LDL and triglyceride levels in the blood and low HDL levels, often called healthy cholesterol, is termed dyslipidemia. If you have either of the above problems or any other heart problem, please contact us immediately, we will be glad to help.

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