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All about New Jersey Cardiologist

The hospital must provide patients with the best cardiology services to maintain cardiovascular health. Images of a man doctor using a stethoscope to listen to a patient’s heart and chest. New Jersey cardiology staff is equipped to diagnose & treat a wide range of cardiovascular illnesses.Learn more about cardiologist in New Jersey.

AtherosclerosisĀ 

Atherosclerosis is shortness of breath, rapid heart rate, muscular weakness, exhaustion, and mental fogginess are among the side effects of this condition.

Hypertensive Disorders

Headaches, nosebleeds, and shortness of breath are only a few of the symptoms of high arterial pressure.

Angina

Angina is not a sickness in and of itself but rather a sign of a cardiac issue that causes blood vessels to constrict, hence reducing blood flow to the muscles. Tightness in the chest, nausea, dizziness, & shortness of breath are all symptoms often associated with angina. Heart attack, fainting, or even rapid cardiac death are all possible angina outcomes.

Issues with cholesterol levels

Cholesterol is a putty substance that helps the liver produce bile and is a structural component of many cell membranes. But when cholesterol levels are too high, fat deposits accumulate as plaque, stopping blood flow or significantly slowing it down. Particularly vulnerable to harm from this diminished blood supply are the heart & brain.

Arrhythmia

This condition arises when the heart beats excessively rapidly (tachycardia) or irregular beating (bradycardia) (bradycardia). Arrhythmia symptoms include cardiac flutter, fast heartbeat, slow beating, chest discomfort, & shortness of breath, among others.

Cardiovascular disease

Inflammation of the coronary arteries caused by plaque buildup may cause heart disease and atherosclerosis. Breathlessness, chest pain (anginal), and ultimately a heart attack from entirely clogged arteries are all signs of coronary artery disease.

Weak heart

When the heart fails to pump blood effectively, oxygen-starved cells accumulate and cause illness. This may lead to renal and liver damage, heart valve issues, and arrhythmias.

Make Time for Your Cardiology Visit

Practicing heart physicians are professionals in the area of cardiovascular illnesses. Patients may expect accurate diagnoses and compassionate treatment from The Medical Group of New Jersey staff.