The heart is a muscular, fist-sized organ that is located between the two lungs. It continuously pumps blood, beating as many as 100,000 times a day. The blood that the heart moves carries oxygen and nutrients throughout the body and transports carbon dioxide and other wastes to the lungs, kidneys, and liver for removal.
The Heart Care provides a variety of blood test Profiles to investigate symptoms & preventive care.
CARDIAC RISK MARKERS ( 5 Tests)
CARDIAC PROFILE – M (13 Tests)
CARDIAC PROFILE – A (62 Tests)
CARDIAC PROFILE – B (64 Tests)
CARDIAC PROFILE – C (65 Tests)
WHY HEART CARE?
The goals of testing for heart disease are to distinguish between symptoms that are heart-related and those that are due to another condition. These checkups help us to determine which heart disease is present and to determine whether the disorder is acute or chronic to monitor a cardiac event that is in progress such as a heart attack. Also determine the severity and extent of the disease.