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A healthy heart is the basis of a full life, good health, the ability to work, rest, and love. 

Cardiologistis a specialist who is responsible for the condition of the heart and blood vessels. Who prescribes the examination, monitors and interprets the results. Adjusts lifestyle - recommends diet, daily routine. Selects treatment depending on age, concomitant pathology, medications already taken. Titrates the dosage until the desired effect is achieved. Monitors the patient in the future, timely cancels or changes the approach to therapy when the condition changes. Regular appointments with a cardiologist allow prevention of complications and progression of the disease, help to achieve compensation. 

How is the appointment of a cardiologist:

The cardiologist investigates the patient's complaints, thoroughly examines the person in full: skin color, presence of edema, cyanosis, swelling of the neck veins, the shape of the chest, heartbeat.

Selects the necessary examination, such as: ECG, ultrasound of the heart, laboratory tests, x-ray methods, or more accurate information is available when conducting magnetic resonance and computer tomography. If necessary, CT angiography is performed.

The consultation of a cardiologist ends with the establishment of a complete diagnosis and the appointment of drug treatment. During repeated examinations, the specialist adjusts the doses of drugs, monitors the effectiveness of the therapy.




Work experience: 35 years
Education: Kharkiv Medical Institute (1982) 

Internship: Kharkiv Medical Institute on the basis of the Republican Cardiology Dispensary 

 Qualification improvement: repeatedly confirmed the qualification category in the functional diagnostics specialty

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Useful Information

Many diseases of the heart and blood vessels begin imperceptibly. But it is at this time that the treatment is extremely effective and will allow you to fully restore your health

Adequate selection of hypotensive, antilipid drugs keeps blood vessels in working condition, reduces dystrophic changes in the walls, formation of blood clots - this prevents secondary damage to the kidneys and eyes. The thickening of the wall of the left ventricle slows down and stops

Shortness of breath, rapid fatigue, lack of air are often attributed to chronic fatigue syndrome. Cardiovascular pathology gives similar symptoms. Ignoring them leads to the progression of the disease, the transition to a stage that requires more serious treatment

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