Cardiovascular exam with consultation
In our modern society, cardiovascular diseases are one of the most common health hazards. Almost one in two individuals has some form of circulatory problem among elderly age groups. Health-conscious lifestyle and regular examinations help us to remain active and healthy as we age. The cardiology specialist at the Benyovszky Medical Center thoroughly assesses the condition of your cardiovascular system and provides guidance on prevention, possible cures, or even rehabilitation.
The present service includes a first-time specialist visit with a cardiology and internal medicine examination. During the appointment, the physician first physically examines the patient, followed by taking instrumental blood pressure, ECG and body mass index measurements. To measure the electrical activity of the heart, an electrocardiographic (ECG) examination is performed during which the patient is lying on his back and a total of about 10 electrodes are placed on his torso and lower limbs. To improve electrical conductivity, the skin is moisturized with a gel. The ECG examination is painless and has no side effects.
The examination is recommended in case of the following symptoms, complaints
- rapid heartbeat even when resting
- chest pain
- difficulty breathing
- persistent hypertension
- known cardiovascular problem
- excess blood cholesterol level
- high blood pressure
- family history of cardiovascular disease
- obesity or diabetes
- stress and sedentary lifestyle
Good To Know
The doctor is available for appointments on the following day: Wednesday: 14:00 – 18:00 The examination does not require any special preparation on your part. For the ECG examination, shaving the attachment points may occasionally be needed.
The rate includes a one-off specialist consultation and a cardiology internal medicine examination for one patient. The rate is only available in limited amount for the given time period. The cost of any additional tests is not included in the rate. The service provider may modify the appointment upon previous consultation with the patient.