Primus has emerged out as pioneers in offering a range of specialized cardiac treatments using state of art technology, latest diagnostics and surgical techniques and prevention of cardiac problems.
You’ll find some of the best heart doctors in India at Primus. Our cardiologists, heart specialists, and heart surgeons have advanced training in heart disease, conduct research, and use a team approach to manage and treat your heart condition. Their collective experience in treating thousands of people with heart disease ensures you receive the best care.
The staff at our nationally ranked heart hospital includes heart doctors with advanced training and experience in specific types of heart disease and work only with those patient populations. Depending on your heart condition and circumstances, you may see one or more of these heart specialists.
Recommends medicines, lifestyle changes, and procedures to help you control high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and other factors that put you at risk for a heart attack. Your cardiologist will also coordinate your care with other specialists -- for example, if you need surgery or have a medical condition such as diabetes or a genetic concern that increases your risk for heart disease.
Performs cardiac surgery to treat coronary artery disease and heart valve disease, implants ventricular assist devices (VADs), and replaces damaged hearts through transplant.
Cardiologist specially trained in catheter-based procedures to diagnose and treat cardiovascular conditions such as coronary artery disease, vascular disease, and valve disease.
Works with people who have heart failure and need long-term care or advanced surgical intervention, such as a ventricular assist device (VAD) or heart transplant.
Our heart disease prevention cardiologists evaluate your risk for heart disease and work with you to establish lasting, heart-healthy lifestyle changes to lower or eliminate that risk. For those who have recently experienced a cardiac event, such as a heart attack, or are recovering from heart surgery, our rehabilitation team helps you rebuild your health and well-being through medically supervised exercise and lifestyle management programs.
Cardiovascular sciences at Primus Super Specialty Hospital are part of an integrated, multidisciplinary team of doctors and health care professionals who provide individualized care. Represented by the best cardiologists and cardiac surgeon in the country, our Department of Cardiac Science meets a tremendous success rate in cardiac surgeries and Interventional cardiology Equipped with advanced medical technology we have achieved the highest rate of success in cardiac surgeries in the form of cardiac bypass surgery and interventional cardiology. We have also achieved an overwhelming triumph in our minimal invasive surgeries; in the recent past. They ensure you receive exactly the care you need by working with experts in cardiovascular medicine, gastroenterology and hepatology, hematology, oncology, pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine, vascular medicine, endovascular surgery, anesthesiology, pathology, radiology, pediatrics, and physical therapy. Your care team may also include nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dietitians and geneticists.
Cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons treat many conditions and perform many complex procedures, including heart failure device implants pacemakers ICD complex angioplasty, heart transplantation, heart valve surgery, surgery to treat congenital heart defects in children and congenital heart disease in adults, trans catheter aortic valve replacement and implantation of ventricular assist devices, and total artificial hearts. Our ambulance services are also unmatched.
If you have any of the following, you should seek advice from a vascular surgeon
- Ache or pain in the legs, feet, thighs or buttocks that is brought on by walking or exercise
- Constant pain in the legs
- Blue or black discoloration of the toes or fingers
- Diabetes with ulcer or any problem in the foot.
- Cramps, pain, fatigue and restlessness in the legs at night
- Have bunch of blue lines going up on your legs
- Swelling in the legs
- Itchiness or eczema in the legs, especially with brown-grey colour on ankles
- Have mini strokes or have recovered from a stroke
- Been detected to have any problem of the aorta or any other blood vessel
Having a Primus heart specialist manage your care gives you access to the latest technology and treatments. Our ongoing collaboration to set nationally accepted treatment guidelines ensures you benefit from heart care that is backed by experience and results.
Studies show that major medical centers like ours that treat high volumes of patients achieve better results -- including fewer complications, faster recovery, and better long-term survival rates.
Our efforts to improve cardiac care include an emergency response protocol for heart attack that ensures patients receive lifesaving treatment to restore blood flow as quickly as possible. As a result, we’ve helped increase survival rates across the nation for the most serious form of heart attack.
Imaging tests and minimally invasive procedures such as cardiac catheterization are the best way for you to get the right treatment at the right time and the best possible outcome. Only large heart centers like Primus have the most up-to-date technology and credentialed, certified heart specialists who make treatment recommendations based on what they see.
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While the cause of high blood pressure in most people remains unclear, a variety of conditions – such as getting little or no exercise, poor diet, obesity, older age and genetics – can lead to hypertension.
The blood pressure reading is measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg) and is written as systolic pressure the force of the blood against the artery walls as your heart beats over diastolic pressure the blood pressure between heartbeats. For example, a blood pressure reading is written as 120/80mmHg, or 120 over 80. The systolic pressure is 120 and the diastolic pressure is 80.
High blood pressure treatment usually involves making lifestyle changes and, if necessary, drug therapy. Lifestyle modifications for high blood pressure include:
- Losing weight
- Stopping smoking
- Eating a healthy diet, such as the DASH diet
- Reducing the amount of salt in your diet
- Regular exercise or walk
- Limiting alcohol consumption
Certain serious health conditions are linked to high blood pressure, which includes:
- Atherosclerosis: a disease of the arteries caused by a build-up of plaque, or fatty material, on the inside walls of the blood vessels.
- Hypertension contributes to this build-up by putting added stress and force on the artery walls.
- Heart disease: heart failure (the heart cannot adequately pump blood), ischemic heart disease (the heart tissue does not get enough blood), and hypertensive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (enlarged heart) are all associated with high blood pressure.
- Kidney disease: hypertension can damage the blood vessels and filters in the kidneys, so that the kidneys cannot excrete waste properly.
- Stroke: hypertension can lead to stroke, either by contributing to the process of atherosclerosis (which can lead to blockages and or clots), or by weakening the blood vessel wall and causing it to rupture.
- Eye disease: hypertension can damage the very small blood vessels in the retina.
A healthy diet, such as the Dash (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet, is very effective at lowering high blood pressure. The Dash diet calls for a certain number of daily servings from various food groups, including fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. The following steps can also help:
- Eating more fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy foods.
- Eating less of foods that are high in saturated fat and cholesterol, such as fried foods.
- Eating more wholegrain products, fish, poultry and nuts
- Eating less red meat and sweets.
- Eating foods that are high in magnesium, potassium, and calcium
If you are diagnosed with high blood pressure, its important to see your doctor on a regular basis in order to avoid any further complications.