The first step to any treatment is to find the nature of the disease. The physician will draw conclusion from following one of the following diagnostics. Physical Examination, Medical history of the patient.
This is an important part of the evaluation in case a person has symptoms of chest pain or shows sign of a factor of risky heart disease.
An Angiogram is a special X-Ray test which uses a special type of dye and camera to captures the blood flow in the artery or in the veins.
Echocardiography is a sort of ultrasound test which gages echoes of high-pitched sound waves as they return after bouncing off from different parts of the heart.
This is HearCare360's pride, the state-of-art laboratory uses hi-tech computers to analyze blood flow and functioning of the heart muscle. A nuclear cardiac test is done in conjunction with the treadmill and pharmacological stress test.
ECG or EKG
These tests record the activities of the heart while you are doing regular activities. Holter monitors are used for the same and they are known by different names like cardiac event monitors, EKG, ambulatory electrocardiogram.
The test uses sound waves to analyze blood flow through the carotid artery.
Cardiac Computed Tomography
A CT scan is used to find the detailed condition of the heart. Each X-ray pictures shows a small part of the heart.
Venous Ultrasound and peripheral arterial and mapping
This test uses sound waves to find blood clots in the legs. It helps determine the reason for swelling of the legs.