Pediatric Cardiology deals with diagnosing and treating diseases of in...Read More
CT Angiograms are used to diagnose a variety of heart conditions. It c...Read More
Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a non-invasive assessment of the...Read More
Coronary Catheterization is a minimally invasive procedure used for bo...Read More
Angioplasty involves placing a stent to keep the artery open, coated w...Read More
SPECT and PET provide metabolic and functional information, combining ...Read More
Cardiac Electrophysiology involves diagnosing and treating electrical...Read More
The Cardiology Department of AMALA IMS is ever-ready and fully equipped to make timely interventions to take care of heart related diseases, in pursuit of “Total Healing.” The department, led by prominent cardiologists, strives for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all cardiac illnesses, whether it is congenial, coronary, valvular or heart failure, with the help of ultramodern facilities and well-trained staff and nurses.
TMT test (The treadmill test)
Cardiac Cath lab procedure
Pre Cath area
GE INNOVA 2100 IQ CATH LAB I ,PHILIPS ALLURA CLARITY XPER FD SERIES CATH LAB II
Critical intensive care unit (CICU)
Entrance of cardiac care unit
Efficient nurses give special care to patients
clean and hygiene Cath area entrance
ECO room facilites
Post Cath area
CCU with facilities
Deluxe room of cardiology department
Deluxe room with electrical ICU bed
Pediatric Cardiology deals with diagnosing and treating diseases of infants and children.
· Out patient clinics on all Monday and Wednesday
· Echocardiogram to diagnose complex congenital heart diseases
· Cardiac Catheterization
· Pediatric ASD/VSD/PDA interventions and coiling
CT Angiograms are used to diagnose a variety of heart conditions. It can show narrowed or blocked areas of a blood vessel.
Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a non-invasive assessment of the Cardiovascular system. A heart MRI scans the heart to measure its functioning and how it moves.
Coronary Catheterization is a minimally invasive procedure used for both diagnostic and interventional purposes.
Angioplasty involves placing a stent to keep the artery open, coated with medication. A Coronary Angioplasty takes between 30 minutes and 2 hours, and involves lying on an X-ray table and being given a local anaesthetic.
SPECT and PET provide metabolic and functional information, combining with CT and MRI. PET scan images have a higher resolution than cardiac SPECT scans, allowing Radiologists to detect changes to the heart's blood flow at a granular level.
Cardiac Electrophysiology involves diagnosing and treating electrical problems of the heart. The Department of Cardiology has a 48 channel St. Jude Electrophysiology System, useful for electrophysiological studies and ablation.
o EP studies
o Radiofrequency Ablation
o Pacemaker Insertion
o Left Bundle pacing
o Cardiac resynchronisation therapy
o ICD implantation