Detection of
Heart Disease

Catch Emerging Heart Diseases and Problems Early
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Cutting Edge, Non-Invasive
Heart Disease Treatment Options

Rising heart disease symptoms among a lowering age group, have lead Sibia Heart Centre to focus on providing diagnostic procedures for early detection of heart problems in your body, as early detection means lower invasive and life threatening treatment requirements.

Cardiovascular Cartography (CCG)

Cardiovascular Cartography (CCG) is an advanced, non-invasive heart’s blood flow imaging system that gives a complete haemodynamic picture and maps myocardial blood flow to understand the extent of damage to the heart caused by Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), Oxygen Status, Lifestyle Actions etc. Cardiovascular Cartography (CCG) is a cost effective and risk free diagnostic solution to detect heart diseases years before symptoms may arise or a heart attack may occur, helping patients start disease reversal procedures early.

Procedure Duration
20 Minutes
Procedure Requirements
Empty Stomach Without Water or Medications

2D Echocardiography (2DECHO)

2D Echocardiography, Echocardiogram, Cardiac Echo or simply Echo (2DECHO) is a non-invasive heart imaging system that analyses the structural integrity of the heart’s walls, valves and the pumping capacity of the heart and showcases the damages and impacts of daily life stresses on the heart.2DECHO is an imaging solution to view the interior surface and structures of the heart to detect and analyse damages suffered. It is a tool which helps in reaching an early diagnosis of Myocardial Infarction, showing regional wall motion abnormalities.

Procedure Duration
20 Minutes
Procedure Requirements

Who Requires Cardiac Diagnostic Procedures ?

We at Sibia Heart Centre have been performing Non-invasive cardiac treatments since 1994 and have experienced over 95% success rate with our patients, who responded positively towards the treatment and experience remarkable improvements in their conditions.

As Part of Regular Check Up

Everyone should be regularly screened after 30 years of age as the cases of heart disease are increasing in younger age groups like 30 to 40 years of age

People With Family History of Heart Diseases

High Risk patients with a family history of heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, smokers, alcoholics and people living sefentary or stressful lifestyles

People Experiencing Heart Disease Symptoms

Patients experiencing heart disease symptoms like lack of stamina, chest pain, hypertension etc.

People Undergoing Treatments

Patients who need to assess the effectiveness of treatments like ACT, EECP, ESMR, Angioplasty or Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG).

For Early Detection of Heart Disease

For early detection of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), Left Heart Failure, Effect og Hypertension on the heart etc.