Cardiology & Remote Cardiac Monitoring
To win the battle against chronic conditions like hypertension, patients need behavioral, science-led care between in-person appointments.
Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is a silent disease. Many patients with hypertension also suffer from other cardiometabolic risk factors, such as diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia, and chronic kidney disease. Modern antihypertensive drugs, many hypertensive patients under usual care fail to achieve adequate control of blood pressure levels.
At GluCare.Health we have developed the region’s first cardiac monitoring program, which involves the continuous remote data monitoring of patients with data streaming back to us in real-time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Cardiac Rehabilitation, or Cardiac Rehab, is a comprehensive program designed to help individuals recover from cardiovascular procedures. This program involves a gradual increase in physical activity, monitored by medical professionals, as well as educational components and daily support to help maintain a healthy lifestyle. Cardiac Rehab is an essential part of the recovery process for individuals who have undergone cardiac procedures and helps to ensure a smooth transition back to a healthy, active lifestyle.
Nuclear Cardiology is a way to evaluate the heart without surgery. This procedure checks for blockages in the coronary arteries to see how well the heart is pumping. We use a special substance called Cardiolite, and we may ask you to exercise or rest during the procedure. By combining these factors, we can determine if there are any blockages in your coronary arteries and how they are affecting your heart’s function.
Syncope, also known as fainting, is a condition in which a person momentarily loses consciousness. In most cases, syncope in adults is related to the cardiovascular system. However, it is usually not a serious issue and is often caused by a minor imbalance in the nervous system. It is important to note that frequent fainting or syncope is a serious concern for adults and should be thoroughly evaluated.
Cardiologists are physicians who are internists trained in the diagnosis and management of diseases of the heart and blood vessels. This includes all aspects of the heart structure, including the electrical system.
On the other hand, electrophysiologists are cardiologists who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders. These disorders, also known as arrhythmias, can cause heart electrical activity problems. Electrophysiologists use specialized techniques and technologies to diagnose and treat arrhythmias, such as electrophysiology studies and ablation procedures. While cardiologists and electrophysiologists focus on the heart and its related issues, electrophysiologists focus more on heart rhythm disorders.
Our treatment approach is centred around our innovative cardiac monitoring program. This program involves continuous patient data monitoring, which is streamed back to us in real time. This allows us to provide a comprehensive and inclusive treatment plan for our patients with the support of a care team at all times.
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