Your heart is the muscular pump responsible for delivering blood to all of your body systems. Along with the elaborate network of blood vessels, it is what gives your cells the materials they need to function, essentially keeping them alive.
Cardiac and cardiovascular disorders impact this pumping and delivery machinery and devastate the lives of many people. During a cardiovascular examination, Tour for Cure cardiologists examine several functions of your heart and blood vessels to ensure their normal function throughout different clinical and physiological settings.
Cardiovascular care and diagnosis are hugely affected by the level of compassion and experience the cardiologist provides. Compassion drives the physician to provide the patient with more details and to explain to them the medical aspects with the aim of reaching the maximum patient understanding. cardiologist experience plays a major role in noticing the tinniest detail. When patients know the full picture of their diagnosis through the information provided by Tour for Cure experienced physicians, they’re more likely to stick the treatment; and this produces better clinical outcomes.
Open heart surgery is the surgery that needs cutting through the breastbone, while closed heart surgery is the surgery done through a small incision in the chest. The latter is more advantageous because of the shorter recovery time, but is more complex and not suitable for all patients. Tour for Cure provides all types of cardiovascular surgeries and care, and we are ready for all relevant emergency procedures.
Tour for Cure cardiovascular physicians provide clinical and critical care, diagnostics, and treatment of existing cardiovascular conditions. Tour for Cure services cover all cardiovascular interventions: open and closed heart surgeries, and invasive and non-invasive procedures.
We offer care and diagnosis for:
And our non-invasive procedures include:
All of our services are performed with state-of-the-art technologies in surgery, laboratory work, and follow-up methods. You can call Tour for Cure and find out more details about the specifics of your treatment in a consultation.
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