Dr Rohit Khurana
Do you know the difference between a heart attack and a cardiac arrest?
A heart attack occurs when the arteries carrying oxygen-rich blood are blocked by fatty deposits, while a cardiac arrest happens when the heart's 'electrical system' malfunctions and stops blood flow from the heart.
Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone without warning. Early identification can help to save your life. Make an appointment for a cardiac screening today.
Heart attack symptoms in women are often 'silent' but the consequences of not noticing them can be life threatening. Besides frequent heart screenings, knowing the signs can help prevent heart attacks.
This is a phenomenon that has been rearing its head much more in recent years. Athlete or not, it is important to understand its possible causes.
Heart attacks are the 2nd most common cause of death after cancer in Singapore – but help is available for if you are diagnosed and treated early.
Various kinds of jobs create different types of stress, and whether the stress becomes harmful depends on the individual.
Complications arising from diabetes and Peripheral Arterial Disease often result in patients losing a limb, but it does not have to be that way.
It’s not unusual to hear of professional athletes suffering a heart attack at the peak of their game. Cardiologists can provide expert advice to athletes.
Mount Elizabeth Hospitals are part of IHH Healthcare, one of the world’s largest healthcare groups.
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