Dr. S. Manoharan is a top Cardiologist in Coimbatore with over 36+ years of experience, he is the head of the Department of Cardiology and has vast experience in Adult and Pediatric Cardiology.
Myocardial infarction is considered a serious medical emergency that requires immediate medical assistance to avoid a fatality. Heart attack is a condition that occurs due to interrupted blood supply to the heart. Interruption in blood supply may be due to various reasons, the most common reason being the arteries have blockages. A lack of blood supply can lead to muscle death, and it eventually results in a heart attack that will require emergency heart attack treatment at a hospital nearby.
Though heart attacks do not show any early symptoms before the onset of a
heart attack, they can be associated with a few symptoms like:
These signs can help in detecting a heart attack prior to it becoming severe. To analyze the condition,
the cardiologist may require one to undergo a few diagnostic tests that can help determine the
heart s severity and condition.
The specialist may ask about the family’s history of health conditions with regards to cardiac health.
These lab tests involve determining heart condition:
As one begins to notice attack symptoms, it is important to bring the person that experienced the heart
attack to the nearest hospital for emergency treatment. After proper analyses of the condition and a few
diagnostic tests, the specialist may recommend treatment that well suits the patient’s condition.
The cardiologist can also recommend medications to give the patient a quick recovery and relief.
Our Department of Cardiology has treated over 2,00,000+ patients with heart problems over the last 48 years. Our team of
highly experienced cardiologists will ensure you receive the best heart attack treatment in Coimbatore.
Our team of highly experienced cardiologists have immense experience in providing
the best heart attack treatment in Coimbatore.
My father experienced a severe discomfort in his chest, and we rushed him to Sri Ramakrishna Hospital. The emergency care doctors were quick enough to provide the first aid treatment to my father and the doctors arrived immediately, recommended a few tests after examining his condition. The doctors informed me that it was a heart attack and it requires angioplasty treatment. A big thanks to Sri Ramakrishna Hospital for the immediate care and saving my father.
My father suffered a major heart attack a year ago, and the doctors at Sri Ramakrishna hospital performed a bypass surgery. The doctors kept us informed and also explained what happened in the procedure and ensured us his safety. My father has now recovered completely and is able to live his life to the fullest. Thanks to the doctors for their immediate care and treatment, they have saved my Father’s life!
Treatment for heart attack involves angioplasty and bypass surgery. Angioplasty is a procedure that utilizes a balloon and a stent to treat the condition in balloon angioplasty where a blown balloon is passed through the arteries to break the blockages. Stent is placed in conditions where there is a high chance of recurrence. Bypass is a complex surgery where the blockages are removed and the arteries are kept in place.
There are various risk factors associated with heart attack. Men above the age of 45 are at greater risk than women to get affected with heart attack. Heart attacks can be inherited through family generations. Lifestyle also plays a major role in heart attack.
Men are less likely to show signs before the onset of attack, in women, there are high chances to show signs like troubled breathing, heart palpitations, discomfort in the chest, chest pain, and anxiety are likely to begin before the heart attack.
Heart attack is medically termed as myocardial infarction, and it is considered a serious medical emergency condition that requires medical assistance immediately to avoid fatality. Heart attack is a condition which occurs due to interrupted blood supply to the heart.
Once the person is brought to the hospital, the patient is supplied with oxygen and an immediate electrocardiogram is recommended to analyse the heart beat. After the necessary diagnosis, the specialist recommends the treatment to the condition.