Dubai’s cardiac centers are among the leading healthcare establishments in the world, housing some of the finest medical specialists and providing top-tier facilities. One of the most respected names in cardiology is Professor Dr. Uwe Klima, who is a certified German and Austrian board cardiologist. With 20 years and more extensive experience, Professor Uwe Klima has 10,800 successful surgeries and numerous awards and honors to his name. Professor Uwe Klima has served in the world’s leading hospitals and medical institutes including the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Max Kade Foundation, and Hannover Medical School in Germany. In 2017 he took charge as Managing Medical Director of German Heart Center Bremen (GHCB), one of Dubai’s landmark cardiology clinics providing high-end medical care.
What Causes Cardiac Diseases?
The following factors are the leading cause of cardiac disease
The most common risks as a result of cardiac disease are:
In heart failure, the heart is unable to pump adequate supply of blood to fully maintain the body’s vital functions. This is often a result of heart diseases such as cardiomyopathy, congenital defects, and infections.
A heart attack happens when a blood clot blocks the passage of a blood vessel connected to heart tissue and results in long-term damage to heart tissue.
A stroke occurs due to narrowing of arteries connected to the brain, drastically constricting blood supply. Strokes can be fatal and can cause irreversible damage to the brain.
Keeping your heart in a good shape is important. Therefore, one should not only invest in having a good diet but also engaging in exercise as recommended by cardiologists. However, most people are often reluctant when it comes to physical activities.
People suffer from inherited diseases that are a part of their genes transferred during birth. Marfan syndrome is one of these diseases that affect connective tissues. One suffers from issues affecting the eyes, blood vessels, and skeleton.
Postural tachycardia syndrome or POTS is one of the common diseases that affect the heart. A person suffering from POTS experiences an abnormal increase in the heartbeat when sitting up or standing.