Heart failure (HF) represents a major public health problem and, despite optimal medical therapy, morbidity and mortality remain high. 23% of heart failure patients die within a year of diagnosis' so the purpose of running heart failure programme is to provide evidence-based diagnosis and therapy for patients and also to educate patients and their caregivers. The prevalence of HF is estimated to be 1–2% of the adult population, rising to 10% and more in persons 70 years and older.
Aim of Heart failure (HF) clinic to provide evidence-based diagnosis and therapy for patients with heart failure and to educate patients and their caregivers. The overall aim is to improve symptoms, Quality of Life and reducing mortality under one roof by multidimensional treatment approach to the patients. Manipal Hospital is the best heart treatment hospital in Dwarka, Delhi providing cutting edge technologies and techniques required during heart conditions treatment. The heart specialists at Manipal Hospitals, Dwarka, Delhi are highly qualified and experienced in performing complex to rare heart surgeries.
The multidimensional treatment approach to the patients to improve symptoms, Quality of Life and reducing mortality under one roof
Provide evidence-based diagnosis and therapy for patients and to educate patients and their caregivers
Comprehensive diagnosis for early detection of risk factors in order to prevent future aggravation of the disease.
Hallmark of Heart clinic is Predict, Prevent and Overcome.
Personalised Health and Lifestyle counselling
Holistic Care: Consultation, Investigations and Medicines, Diet Counselling, Diet monitoring, Physio, Health wearables, Telemonitoring and patient education
Cardiac rehabilitation program
Heart Support Group Program
Telemonitoring: Remote monitoring of cardiac disorders, accurate arrhythmia diagnostics and heart-rate monitoring around the world. It is a real-time, on-line, and continuous monitoring system.
The prognosis of patients with CHF is poor and worse than for most types of cancer. Despite remarkable improvements in medical therapy, the prognosis still remains alarmingly poor with a 5-year mortality of 40–50%.
The readmission rate after discharge from hospital is substantially high with up to 50% of patients being readmitted within 6 months. Post-discharge disease management programs have been established to prevent readmission, and reduce mortality and healthcare costs.
Treatment may include lifestyle changes, medications, surgery or medical devices. Care is integrated, from diagnosis and treatment to follow-up. Depending on the condition, heart failure treatment may include procedures such as:
Implantation of implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs)
Implantation of pacemakers, including biventricular pacemakers
Implantation of ventricular assist devices
Heart transplant for some people who have advanced heart failure
Enrolment with the heart failure clinic ensures that the patient gets the benefit of all treatment options under one roof.
The super specialist cardiologist is supervising the treatment.
Regularity to these clinics and shows that patients reduce their cost of treatment reduces the number of hospitalization and improve their quality of life.
Better clinical care ensures that problems get detected early thereby saving a lot of mental trauma to the patient and family.
Long term association ensures that the longevity of the patient improves and the quality of life improves.
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