UCSI Hospital has a full-fledged infrastructure and practitioners ready to rescue and recover acute cardiac and stroke patients.
We maintain fluid transitioning and collaboration to create the best continuum of care for the patient, with the goal of halting the negative effects that an acute/sudden cardiac arrest and stroke can have on personal, social, and work life.
Sudden cardiac arrest and stroke are not life-threatening events. Its risks are reducible and its effects can be minimised.
Learn how to take care of your loved one or yourself when facing acute cardiac and stroke threats.
When the patient arrives at the hospital, the emergency task force will assess him or her and summon the core and acute teams for a CT scan and/or medication administration.
Patients are brought here for critical care and intensive monitoring.
Cath Lab offers invasive cardiac services, such as advanced technology for the diagnosis of a wide range of cardiac disorders and interventional procedures such as balloon angioplasty, stenting, and other procedures to open blocked vessels, in the management and treatment of patients with coronary artery diseases.
Advanced CT and MRI scans enable rapid diagnosis and accurate identification of cardiac and stroke causes and treatable areas.
Advanced laboratory equipment available 24 hours a day, seven days a week allows for rapid diagnosis that accurately identifies cardiac and stroke causes and treatable areas.
We have an experienced multidisciplinary team of cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists, neuro-interventional radiologists, and internal medicine specialists who work together to design the best treatment plan for the patient's heart and brain.
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