Clinical Cardiology

Clinical Cardiology

Vanguard medical group houses a highly experienced team of cardiologists who are dedicated to providing state-of-the-art cardiovascular care. We specialize in diagnosing, treating, and preventing diseases of the heart and blood vessels.

Our board-certified clinical cardiology consultants are experts in diagnosing and managing various conditions, from congenital heart defects to cardiac arrhythmias and coronary artery disease. At our facility, involving you in every clinical decision-making process is imperative to provide a comprehensive healthcare service with compassion and kindness.

From preventive care to advanced treatments, our cardiology clinic is committed to providing the best possible care for our patients.

Clinical Cardiology treatments at Vanguard Medical Group

Congestive Heart Failure Treatment

Congestive heart failure is a long-term condition in which the heart has less pumping power that can damage organs. It can cause fluid accumulation in the lungs and lower extremities, mainly causing complications such as kidney damage, liver damage, fluid buildup, and heart valve problems.

Our congestive heart failure clinic provides state-of-the-art imaging for congestive heart failure diagnosis services such as:

  • NT-pro B-type Natriuretic Peptide (BNP) blood test
  • Chest X-ray
  • Echocardiogram (echo)
  • Magnetic resonance
  • imaging (MRI)
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG)
  • Stress test

Our heart team is board-certified cardiologists dedicated to treating congestive heart failure through prevention, using medication, and preventing further complications.

Inpatient & Outpatient Consultation

Our cardiologists provide inpatient and outpatient consultation services on all aspects of cardiovascular disease, congenital heart defects, valvular diseases, coronary artery disease, and heart failure. In addition, our clinical cardiology consultants provide a wide range of cardiovascular disease treatments and other cardiac risk management services.

We also provide a comprehensive screening and diagnostic program for patients with cardiovascular disease and nutrition counseling services.

Cardiac Risk Management

Our team of clinical cardiology consultants provides comprehensive cardiac risk management services. We provide early diagnosis, prevention, and awareness programs to help reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

Our board-certified cardiologists will perform a complete physical examination, blood tests, and other diagnostic tests to identify any cardiac risk factors. We also provide personalized lifestyle counseling and dietary advice.

Nutritional Counseling

Nutritional management is essential for any patient with cardiovascular disease as it helps control and reverses the disease’s progression. Our team of cardiologists provides personalized nutritional counseling services to help you manage your health and reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

We offer a comprehensive nutrition program that includes individualized dietary plans, meal plans, and information about healthy eating habits. Get in touch with us today and learn more about our nutritional counseling services. Then, book an appointment with one of our cardiologists to get started on your journey to better heart health.

Congenital Heart Disease Treatment

Congenital heart disease in children affects how blood flows through the heart and out to the rest of the body. Signs and symptoms of congenital heart disease depend on the type and severity of the defect.

At Vanguard, our specialized team makes the Diagnosis of CHD by:

CT scan and other tests depending on the patient’s condition.

Our heart team at Vanguard Medical Group is dedicated to providing treatment of congenital heart disease through preventive care. Our team is here to provide the best possible care from diagnosis to treatment by cardiac catheterization, surgical intervention, or medication. So book your appointment with us today!

Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias

Cardiac arrhythmia (dysrhythmia) is an irregular or abnormal heartbeat. Our cardiologists specialize in diagnosing and managing various cardiac arrhythmias, from atrial fibrillation to ventricular tachycardia. There are three main types of Arrhythmias Supraventricular, ventricular, and Brady arrhythmia.

Arrhythmia can be caused by certain conditions as:

High blood pressure
Valve disorder
Coronary artery disease
Changes in heart muscles

At Vanguard, our top-ranked team of cardiologists diagnoses and carry out treatment for arrhythmias by assessing symptoms and performing a physical examination and may perform multiple diagnostic tests to help confirm the causes of arrhythmias and indicate its causes.

The Vanguard Clinic Department of Cardiovascular Medicine is one of the most comprehensive heart practices. Our qualified cardiologist performs Cardiac arrhythmia treatment by medication and invasive therapies and placement of a Pacemaker and implantable cardioverter defibrillator depending on the patient condition and complications.

Cardiovascular Screening Test

Heart disease is the leading cause of death and comes in different forms. Heart Screening exams find disease before symptoms begin and find possible medical conditions affecting the heart.

In our setup, our top cardiologists order vascular screening tests that may include:

Physical examination taking blood pressure, checking BMI, Genetic tests.
Blood tests as lipid profile that helps to tell us the amount of cholesterol in the blood to diagnose coronary artery disease, Echocardiography, Electrocardiography, Exercise stress test, nuclear stress test, Coronary CT angiography and Myocardial perfusion imaging

All these tests help in early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of complications. However, these tests are typically based on age, gender, and family history.

Women’s Heart Health

Heart disease is the number one cause of death in women because of poor lifestyle choices and several other medical conditions that put women at top risk for heart disease.

Vanguard Medical Group is a women’s heart center where our qualified cardiologists review medical history and risk assessment reports, conduct an initial cardiac exam, and order diagnostic tests. In addition, they consult with other specialists to develop the most appropriate heart disease treatment plan for you.

The established risk factors for heart disease affect women more strongly than men. Our healthcare team in the Women’s Heart Clinic understands these differences in risk factors and helps you and your primary doctors to optimally manage your heart disease risks.

Our Cardiologists will review your signs and symptoms and evaluate you to diagnose heart conditions—especially those which tend to affect women. In addition, our health care team helps in heart disease treatment by developing lifestyle changes to control blood pressure and high cholesterol and stress management techniques for better women’s health.

Management of Anticoagulation

Anticoagulation management refers to different therapies used to treat, prevent, and manage blood clotting disorders.

At Vanguard, we provide comprehensive care for patients with heart disease, including administering an anticoagulant drug to help thin the blood for blood clot treatment and prevent blood clotting. Our cardiologists provide anticoagulant therapy management, which includes:

Prescription of the right anticoagulant
Provide specialized blood clot treatment and management
Monitoring drug interactions and complications associated with anticoagulants
Provide counseling for the safe usage of medication
Adjustment of anticoagulant dosage to achieve desired therapeutic outcomes

Preoperative Evaluation Clearance

At Vanguard Medical Group, our cardiologists understand the importance of on-time preoperative checkups and help determine if you are healthy enough for the surgery.

Our preoperative cardiovascular evaluations include the following:

A physical exam to screen for any cardiovascular risk factors or conditions
EKG tests to identify heart abnormalities or electrical conduction disturbances
Laboratory tests to measure cholesterol and glucose levels and check for any existing blood clotting issues
Cardiac imaging tests check the heart’s structure and function
Cardiac catheterization to evaluate for coronary artery disease

We also review any existing medical conditions or underlying heart problems that could complicate surgery and provide a plan to help minimize risks. Our team of cardiologists provides an optimal evaluation for safe surgery and minimizes potential risks for complications.

We also provide follow-up care after the surgery to monitor your recovery and ensure that you can safely return to normal activity levels. Our goal is to provide the highest quality of care and ensure that you recover optimally from your surgery. So, get in touch with our clinical cardiology consultants and book an appointment now!

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General FAQs

At your consultation cardiologist appointment, you can expect a comprehensive evaluation of your medical history, lifestyle habits, family history, and risk factors that could increase your risk of heart disease. The cardiologist will also perform a physical exam and discuss any potential treatment options necessary to help manage your heart condition.
Pre-op clearance includes a comprehensive evaluation of your medical history, physical exam, and laboratory tests such as an EKG to identify any underlying heart conditions that could complicate surgery. Other tests, such as a cardiac imaging test or cardiac catheterization, may also be done to evaluate the structure and function of your heart.

There are several tests to diagnose cardiovascular diseases, but the most common ones are:

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • Stress test
  • Cardiac MRI
  • Coronary angiography
Yes, congenital heart disease can be treated. Treatment options may vary depending on the severity of the condition but usually include medications, lifestyle modifications, and surgery. Treatment aims to improve the heart’s function and reduce symptoms such as fatigue or chest pain. In some cases, a heart transplant may be necessary.

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