Department of Cardiology

The Department of Cardiac Sciences is one the most advanced departments in the state of Kerala, with a state-of-the-art 3D Cath lab and full-fledged 6-bedded cardiac surgery ICU. We provide 24/7 emergency cardiac services for conditions like heart pain, heart valve disease, angina heart disease, heart rhythm abnormalities, etc. The Department of Cardiac Sciences at Apollo Adlux hospital is available 24/7 for personal care, of their patients, focused on saving lives. With the latest technologies of its kind in the area, we offer cardiology and interventional cardiology services for both adults and children. Our team of adult cardiologists, pediatric cardiologists, cardiac anesthesiologists and nurses collaboratively work together with other departments to provide evidence-based comprehensive treatment to each patient. Apollo Adlux Hospital is primarily focused on providing the finest medical care to our patients with a holistic approach.



Scope of Services

  • ECG
  • Echocardiography
  • Holter Monitoring
  • Tread Mill Test (TMT)
  • Interventional Cardiac Procedures
  • Percutaneous Coronary Interventions - Coronary Angiogram and Angioplasty - Including ACS Management
  • Coronary Imaging - IVUS, OCT
  • FFR
  • Treatment of Limb Ischemia: Peripheral Angiogram and Angioplasty
  • Pacemaker Implantation
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Cardiac imaging - CT Coronary Angiography

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A heart attack is the abrupt loss of heart muscle tissue brought on by an artery blockage, which is typically triggered by the creation of a clot on top of an already present plaque accumulation. Chest, arm, and neck pain are the most typical symptoms. With today's technology, clogged arteries can be opened again, maintaining heart function and heart muscle. Therefore, it is crucial to seek medical attention as soon as chest pain and related symptoms appear.

Your heart can be tested under stress to see whether it has any potential coronary artery blockages. Workload is gradually increased during the test while an electrocardiogram is being continuously monitored. The level of the test is predefined and mostly depends on heart rate. Stress testing is frequently carried out alongside nuclear or echocardiographic scanning of the heart muscle, these techniques improve our capacity to provide an accurate diagnosis. The test is typically administered to patients who have symptoms or who have a high degree of suspicion that they may have coronary artery disease, and those who have several risk factors.

Two on the right and two on the left, the heart contains four valves that manage blood flow. The aortic and mitral valves on the left side of the heart are where adult valve issues most frequently occur. These valves may stenosis, narrow, or experience substantial leakage. Heart valve abnormalities can manifest in a number of ways, such as chest pain, fainting, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeats, or heart arrhythmias. Cardiovascular catheterization and echocardiography are diagnostic methods used for assessment. In surgery, tissue or artificial valves may be employed, and mitral valve repairs, in particular, are becoming more and more technically complex.

Cardiac catheterization is the process of inserting a catheter of some kind into a blood vessel in order to measure pressures and/or introduce contrast material in order to examine the anatomy of the blood vessel or the heart. The injection of contrast material, which enables us to define a specific location, is more specifically referred to as an angiography. The process of mechanically treating an obstruction within an artery, typically leading to the heart, is known as intervention. Interventions can include balloon angioplasty, which enlarges an arterial opening that has been reduced by plaque. Nowadays, the balloon angioplasty is frequently followed by the placement of a stent, a mesh device designed to preserve the integrity of the artery's opening.