Cardiologists play an important role in the treatment of heart disease, heart attacks, heart failure and serious heart rhythm disorders and help patients to live a safe life.
According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide, and this statistic reflects the special position of cardiologists and their important role in prevention, diagnosis and treatment. The first non-invasive way to diagnose heart disease is to use ultrasound to record the exact function of the heart. The role of the cardiologist is also critical in the treatment of emergencies such as heart attacks and the long-term management of conditions such as angina and high blood pressure. Cardiologists are also qualified to perform a number of procedures, from cardiac catheterization to stent placement.
In cases where surgery is necessary, cardiologists evaluate patients in the pre- and postoperative stages and assist the surgeon if needed.
Due to the presence of skilled and experienced cardiovascular specialists in Iran, the World Health Center for Peaceful Distribution has been established with the aim of providing services to people with heart disease in different countries in a professional and experienced and capable staff in this field.
Demand for cardiologists around the world is high and is not expected to decline in the near future. It is estimated that in countries with growing populations, we will see a 20% increase in demand for cardiovascular services by 2025. Important for cardiovascular diseases is timely prevention and prompt and timely diagnosis by a physician.
The point is that people should pay special attention to the most important part of their body, the heart, and for a person with a family history of heart disease or high cholesterol, if they have been or have been a smoker, if they have diabetes or if they are starting an exercise program. New, may need to see a cardiologist even without symptoms.