Cardiac Center

Not All Heart Arrhythmias Are Racing: The Hidden Danger of Bradycardia (Slow Heartbeat) and the Implantation of Pacemaker
Not all heart arrhythmias are fast! Learn about bradycardia (slow heartbeat), its hidden dangers, and how pacemakers can help.

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Pleural Empyema is a Leading Cause of Respiratory Failure
Sharp chest pain when breathing, along with fever, tiredness, and shortness of breath, could be signs of pleural empyema.

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Non-Surgical Treatment for Atrial Septal Defect – Transcatheter ASD Closure
Discover a minimally invasive approach to Atrial Septal Defect (ASD). Transcatheter ASD Closure, a catheter-based procedure offers faster recovery compared to open-heart surgery. Learn if you're a candidate and read the benefits of this innovative treatment at Vejthani.

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Atrial Fibrillation: The Silent Threat That Can Claim Lives
Atrial fibrillation is the most common type of heart arrhythmia. More than 50% of affected patients often experience no abnormal symptoms.

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Treating Severe CAD: Exploring the Benefits of Off-Pump CABG
Coronary artery disease, or coronary artery stenosis, occurs when the coronary arteries narrow or become blocked, resulting in inadequate blood supply

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Holiday Heart Syndrome: The Hidden Health Risks of Heavy New Year’s Celebrations
New Year's cheer comes with hidden risks. "Holiday Heart Syndrome" can strike from overindulgence, causing irregular heartbeats. Learn the warning signs and party safely!

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Beating Heart Bypass Surgery: Understanding Off-Pump CABG
Explore the revolutionary realm of Beating Heart Bypass Surgery with our in-depth guide to Off-Pump CABG. Uncover the innovative techniques, benefits, and expertise required for a safer, quicker recovery, ensuring a healthier future.

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Abnormal Heart Rate above 100 poses the Risk of Fainting caused by Cardiac Arrhythmia
Generally, people have a resting heart rate of 50–100 beats per minute. However, when the heart rate goes over 100 beats per minute without physical movement, one of the following symptoms of a cardiac arrhythmia may arise:

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Acute Myocardial Infarction may Lead to Sudden Death
Although some people may seem to be healthy from the outside, it does not mean they don’t have a disease hidden in their body. Oftentimes, people who seem to be fit, die without a known cause or any warning signs. One of the diseases that commonly cause death is “acute myocardial infarction”.
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