Cardiac syncope is a brief loss of consciousness brought on by a structural or electrical flaw that prevents the heart from pumping enough blood to fully circulate in the brain. Syncope can be caused by a variety of non-life-threatening conditions, including intense emotions, excessive sweating, tiredness, or blood pooling in the legs as a result of quick changes in body position. As soon as you experience a syncope episode, it's critical to seek medical attention. Once given a correct diagnosis and appropriate treatment, most patients are able to avoid syncope-related issues.
Our experienced cardiologists at Sarvodaya Hospital’s Centre for Centre for Cardiac Sciences evaluate the cause of syncope with precise diagnosis via ulta-advanced equipment. Ankle Brachial Index, Vascular Colour Doppler, Head-Up Tilt Table (HUTT) Test, Electrocardiography, Echocardiography, TransEsophageal Echo (TEE), Stress Echo, Holter Monitoring, Ambulatory BP Monitoring, and Coronary Angiography are just a few of the high-end cardiac investigations made possible by the center's advanced diagnostic modalities.
We guarantee the best care at the facility until the patient is well. Our cardiac specialists tune your heart to healthy beats and make every heartbeat count by taking care of your heart and offering you a new chance at life.