At Jeevan Rekha Superspeciality we offer the full range of cardiology services, from early disease detection to complex interventions. Our diagnostic services include ECG, Stress Testing, 2-Dimensional Echocardiography, Stress Echocardiography, and Holter Testing.
The Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, where angiographies, angioplasties, pacemakers, device implants, etc. are performed, first fully digital panel Cathlab in Jaipur. The flat panel technology replaces the image intensifier technology, which has been in use for many years.
The flat panel technology incorporates a solid-state digital detector to reliably provide consistently high imaging performance through the full range of cardiac procedures. This is a fully integrated imaging system that meets all clinical needs for interventional and diagnostic cardiac angiography with advanced image quality, innovative dose management, and ease of positioning. The flat panel technology promises the highest level of clarity of the angiogram without any loss of detail. This will be helpful in complex angioplasty procedures where minor details and better image quality are critical for achieving results.
Jeevan Rekha Superspeciality has set a benchmark in cardiac care in Jaipur. Our world-class surgical team has performed many cardiac surgeries with average mortality. Apart from Coronary Artery Surgery, we conduct the following operations on a routine basis:
Redo Surgeries with a success rate of 98% in redo bypass surgeries.
This occurs when a blood clot in an artery of the heart blocks blood flow to the heart muscle, leading to a heart attack.
This occurs when cholesterol deposits (plaques) build up on the inner walls of arteries of the heart, restricting blood supply to the heart. This restricted blood flow can cause recurrent episodes of chest pain referred to as angina pectoris or angina.
Chest pain in adults due to coronary artery disease presents itself in two ways. In the first case, one of the arteries is completely blocked and a part of the heart does not get blood supply. In this situation patient develops sudden severe chest pain which may radiate to his/her neck or arm. Some patients get sensation of severe compression of the chest. The second scenario is where the artery is only partly blocked and it is able to provide enough blood to heart muscles. However during activities when heart muscles need more blood, because of blockages, it is not able to supply enough blood. In this situation patient gets chest pain as described above. Pain gets better when he/she takes rest.
How to recognize chest pain like that caused by cardiac ailments?
How to recognize a non-cardiac caused chest pain?
Chest pain that isn’t related to a heart problem is more often associated with: