Chairman & HOD
Cardiology & Structural Heart Disease+91-11-30403040
The Nuclear Cardiology Unit at BLK-Max Super Speciality Hospital is a hub of excellence equipped with the latest cutting-edge technology to carry out precise diagnosis and nuclear imaging even for the most challenging heart conditions. The laboratory performs a variety of non-invasive cardiovascular imaging studies for the detection and management of coronary artery disease, with the highest possible standard.
Heart disease is one of the most common reasons for human mortality all around the world. There have been many cases where patients have been living with heart disease for years without even having a clue about it. The only precaution we can take is undergoing regular heart check-ups. We at our Nuclear Cardiology Unit follow a multidisciplinary approach to develop the most comprehensive treatment plans in order to treat patients suffering from various heart diseases ranging from acute to chronic.
The Nuclear Cardiology Unit is exclusively designed to offer up to date diagnostic and prognostic services pertaining to various cardiac disorders. Nuclear cardiology includes non-invasive techniques through various scans and tests to ascertain the blood flow and normal functioning of a heart.
The doctor might prescribe a nuclear cardiology test to the patients for various reasons, such as:
According to the doctors, the most frequent evidence-based clinical indications for nuclear testing are as under:
The Nuclear Cardiology unit at BLK-Max Heart centre is known for offering specialized and advanced techniques for offering precision-based procedures using the latest equipment. The staff and experts at the unit are not only experienced in carrying out these procedures but are certified with the same. The services offered at the Nuclear Cardiology unit at BLK-Max Super Speciality Hospital are:
Some of the major benefits offered by Nuclear medicine tests are:
Since the unit offers non-invasive diagnostic measures, therefore, a patient rarely encounters any risk that is associated with other diagnostic tests. However, some of the rarest risks that a patient can experience are:
However, a patient must inform the doctor immediately if any of these symptoms cannot be described as mild or transitory.
Dr. Subhash Chandra
Cardiology & Structural Heart Disease
Dr. Neeraj Bhalla
Dr. Saket Bhardwaj
Dr. Satbir Singh
Dr. Vikas Thakran
Dr. Amit Goel