What is a Cardiology checkup?

What is a Cardiology checkup?


In the world, deaths are most often associated with cardiovascular diseases. Diagnosis of coronary artery disease and the fight against the risk factors that lead to it increase the duration and quality of life. For this reason, people who do not have complaints undergo a cardiology check to determine the presence of possible cardiovascular disease and reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

Why should we have a Cardiology checkup?

Cardiology checkups can be a goal of individuals present in heart and blood vessel disease to detect this disease, the other purpose which could lead to hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, diabetes, risk factors such as smoking.

What diseases is Cardiology checkup necessary for diagnosis?

At first, narrowing the blood vessels to the heart and/or coronary artery disease who have blockage of heart muscle diseases, diseases that involve the heart and the membranes that surround the heart valves, congenital heart diseases, hypertension, cardiac rhythm and conduction disturbances, and diagnosis and treatment of heart failure as a result of all of them…


Do check up packages differ by age group?

Depending on age and gender, the likelihood of developing cardiovascular diseases varies and depending on this, the diagnosis and control of risk factors also differ.

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