The heart care center of lazarus hospitals provide health care services of the highest possible quality to patients to locally, nationally and internationally through a fully integrated, comprehensive healthcare delivery system. Our ultimate goal is to improve the human condition through understanding, preventing, controlling and treating the diseases.
Patients in the cardiac program receive assessment, diagnosis, planning, intervention and evaluation according to their individual needs.
The Cardiopulmonary Department offers a variety of inpatient and outpatient services. Learn more about coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease and deep vein thrombosis.
Transthoracic 2D echocardiograms
Treadmill exercise testing
Pharmacologic (adenosine dobutamine) nuclear perfusion scans
Exercise nuclear perfusion scans (thallium, technicium)
Exercise nuclear scans
Venous, arterial and carotid studies
Other cardiac nuclear studies: Nuclear ventriculograms (MUGA), Nuclear viability studies (thallium)
In cardiac catheterization radiological equipment is used to diagnose heart disease. Interventional tools including balloons and stents are fed through a catheter into the coronary arteries in an effort to reduce stenosis and improve blood flow.
Cardiac hemodynamic measurement
Primary angioplasty for acute heart attack patients
Cardiac Arrhythmia Service
The Arrhythmia Service provides diagnostic and treatment options for patients with cardiac rhythm disturbances.
Event monitor recording
24- to 48-hour ambulatory Holter ECG monitoring
Signal average electrocardiograms
Non-thoracotomy placement of implantable cardioverter-defibrillator devices
Anti-arrhythmic drug therapy
World Kidney Day 2011 hosted in Lazarus Hospital,
Varma Vegesna, Managing Director, Lazarus Hospital