The German Heart Center Dubai under the direction of Univ. Prof. Dr. Uwe Klima has therefore put together various such precautionary packages that are intended to identify risk factors on a large scale at varying degrees. In addition to a detailed interview with consultants, trained exclusively in Europe, and a thorough physical examination, numerous laboratory tests are part of these packages. These include a complete blood count, the determination of cholesterol levels, liver-kidney and thyroid function as well as tumor markers, urinalysis, screening of metabolic diseases such as diabetes, autoimmune diseases to lung function test or gastric screening.
In addition, ECG (electro cardio gram) to cardiac ultrasound, stress test, stress echo or stroke screening are offered. There are currently 3 standard packages available (silver - gold and platinum). However, individual preventive examinations are also possible, right through to intensive and extensive corporate screenings.
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The symptoms of heart disease generally revolve around the type of heart disease and the gender of the patient. While men are more likely to experience chest pain, women develop other symptoms such as shortness of breath, extreme fatigue, nausea, and chest discomfort.The symptoms of heart disease generally revolve around the type of heart disease and the gender of the patient. While men are more likely to experience chest pain, women develop other symptoms such as shortness of breath, extreme fatigue, nausea, and chest discomfort.
Heart attacks are one of the leading causes of death worldwide, claiming the lives of countless men and women every year. Cardiologists in Dubai believe that one of the main reasons why the mortality rates of heart attack remain so high is because many of the signs and symptoms of an emerging cardiovascular disease remain unnoticed. In addition to the most common symptoms of a heart attack such as tightness of the chest and chest pain, majority of the symptoms remain unheard of and therefore, patients are unable to realize that they are at a risk of a heart attack until it is too late.