Major complaints that bring the patient to a cardiologist:

Chest pain
Shortness of breath
Palpitations
Dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting
Fatigue
Swelling of the legs

Heart arhythmias

– Ambulatory diagnostics, treatment, risk stratification and follow up of heart arhythmias
– Setting the indication for implantation of a pacemaker, implantable defibrillator and biventricular pacemaker
– Cardiac evaluation of syncope
– Soon!Pacemaker and ICD testing
– Arrhythmias in athletes. Risk stratification for competitive and recreational sports acitivities
– Pregnancy and arrhythmias
– Setting the indication for radiofrequency ablation

Coronary artery disease:

– Setting the diagnosis of angina pectoris and indication for coronary angiography
– Folow up after angioplasty, stent implantation and CABG surgery
– Risk factor and lifestyle modifications

Hipertensive heart disease:

– prevention, diagnostics and treatment with medicationes and life-style changes
-Heart failure, congenital and aquired heart defects and other cardiovascular diseases
-Preoperative risk assesment for non cardiac surgery

Valvular heart disease:

– Diagnostics and follow up of progression of valvular heart diseases
– Setting the indication for operative treatment
– Follow up of patients operated on for valvular heart disease

Diagnostic procedures:

Electrocardiography
Transthoracic echocardiography
Carotid artery doppler
24h Blod pressure Holter monitor
24h EKG Holter monitor
Soon! Pacemaker/lCD assessment and follow-up
“Event” recorder
Cycle ergometer stress test