5 Steps to Detect and Manage a Heart Attack

5 Steps to Detect and Manage a Heart Attack

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5 Steps to Detect and Manage a Heart Attack

Have You Been Taking Care Of Your Heart?

 A heart attack occurs due to blockage or narrowing of the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscles. It is a silent killer that can strike anyone, anywhere.

This book gives a detailed description of the tests to detect a heart attack and its various modes of treatments. It provides information on how to tackle a heart attack and about cardiac rehabilitation. Surgical interventions like bypass and robotic surgery have also been explained.

Dr. Anjali Arora did her M.D. from Lady Hardinge Medical College & S.K. Hospital, New Delhi interested in lipids and preventive cardiology, she joined the Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre, New Delhi, in 1993 as a consultant. She started and them managed the Hyperlipidaemia Prevention Clinic there for nearly 7 years. Currently she is working at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital as a consultant in the Department of Cardiology. Interested in preventive medicine, with a special focus on lifestyle diseases, she continues to manage the Hyperlipidsemia and Atherosclerosis Prevention Clinic in the hospital Member of a number of association, she is also an active faculty member of the South Asian Society in Atherosclerosis and Thrombosis (established in Minnesota, U.S.A.)

“At last, here is a simple written, illustrated book that provides useful information for the layperson. An excellent guide that presents basic focus on the subjects.”

Gundu H. Rao
Secretary General
South Asian Society on
Atherosclerosis and Thrombosis (SASAT)
and professor
Lillehei Heart Institute
University of Minnesota, U.S.A.

‘Dr Arora has put together a plethora of information in an easily digestible form that could serve as a source book for people of all ages.’’

Sampath Parthasarthy
Professor of Pathology and Medicine
LSU School of Medicine
LSU Health Science Center
New Orleans