Comprehensive Heart Disease Services Increase Chances of Recovery

KOMPAS.com – Data from the World Health Organization (WHO) shows that cardiovascular disease (heart and blood vessel disorders) is the number one cause of death in the world.

Heart disease is no longer synonymous with old age, because in recent years more and more young people who seem healthy and active have not been spared from this disease.

Heart disease in young people is closely related to lifestyle. Unhealthy eating patterns, stress, and lack of movement, can trigger disease hypertension and diabetes, which ultimately increases the risk of heart attack.

One of the ways to prevent this disease is to change your lifestyle to be healthier, including routine medical check-ups.

For those who already have heart disease, appropriate and comprehensive handling can increase the patient’s life expectancy and recovery.

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Dok Heartology Heart disease diagnostic and intervention facilities at the Heartology Jakarta heart disease service center.

According to dr.Dafsah Arifa Juzar, SpJP, optimal management of cardiovascular disease requires comprehensive diagnostic and treatment facilities.

“The combination of a team of doctors and technology can provide better clinical results, heart management options according to patient needs, cost effectiveness, and faster recovery,” said Dafsah in a press release on the inauguration of an integrated heart disease Heartology service at Brawijaya Hospital Saharjo Jakarta.

Dafsah explained, Heartology is a heart disease service center for children and adults based on diagnostics, intervention, heart and blood vessel surgery, and arrhythmias.

One of the facilities that Heartology has is a hybrid operating room that allows minimally invasive and conventional surgery in one place.

This hospital also has HD Grid 3D Mapping System technology to detect arrhythmias (heart rhythm disorders).

“This examination has high precision and accuracy in the ablation catheter action,” he said.

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