Showing posts with label BBC Heart Care. Show all posts
Showing posts with label BBC Heart Care. Show all posts

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

B.B.C.Heart Care, Pruthi Hospital, Jalandhar



"BBC Heart Care, Pruthi Hospital" is a premier, pioneer and multi super specialty Hospital situated in the heart of Jalandhar city, Punjab. 

The idea of BBC Heart Care was conceived by Dr. C. S. Pruthi MD, a renowned physician & cardiologist of Jalandhar, who resolved to mitigate the sufferings of heart patients by bringing Heart Care based on international standards within the reach of every individual.

He worked with missionary zeal and, by the grace of God, attracted a group of dedicated persons who joined hads with him to transform his dream into a reality.

The Ultra-modern cardiac care center in Pruthi Hospital, Jalandhar was finally inaugurated by Dr. Manmohan Singh (Presently Prime Minister of India) on 27 th January 1996. 



Executive Heart Checkup


 

Comprehensive Cardiac Check-Up (CCC) : Rs. 1750/-

 

 

 

 
 Consultation 
 
ECG
TMT
X-RAY CHEST PA
 
 LAB INVESTIGATIONS:
 
 HB
TLC
ESR
PBF
BLOOD GROUP (ABO, Rh)
BLOOD SUGAR (F, PP)
BLOOD UREA
SERUM CREATININE
SERUM URIC ACID
SERUM LIPIDS
URINE C/E
 
 
 
 Executive Cardiac Check-Up (ECC) : Rs. 2600/- 
   
 Consultation 
 ECG
TMT
X-RAY CHEST PA
 
 LAB INVESTIGATIONS: 
 HB
TLC
ESR
PBF
BLOOD GROUP (ABO, Rh)
BLOOD SUGAR (F, PP)
BLOOD UREA
SERUM CREATININE
SERUM URIC ACID
SERUM LIPIDS
URINE C/E
 
 
 
 COLOR DOPPLER ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY 



Cholesterol Testing

Because there is often a strong correlation between elevated levels of blood cholesterol 
and heart disease, most healthcare providers consider cholesterol blood testing an 
extremely valuable diagnostic tool.  

Cholesterol is associated with a group of fattysubstances called lipids that move
through the bloodstream attached to proteins. When the lipid and the protein join,
they become a molecule called a lipoprotein. Cholesterol is associated with different
lipoproteins,all of which have different effects on cardiovascular health.

A high level of bad cholesterol and other blood lipids is most often associated with 
arteriosclerosis, the  buildup of fatty deposits on arterial walls that often leads to
heart attacks. Coronary artery disease is also associated with a high blood cholesterol 
reading.

 
 Measuring holesterol actually involves three blood
  • Low-density lipoprotein, or LDL cholesterol (also called "bad" cholesterol)
  • High density lipoprotein, or HDL cholesterol (also called "good" cholesterol)
  • Triglycerides.
In evaluating a person's cholesterol, triglycerides and the ratio of total cholesterol
 to HDL cholesterol is necessary.   



               Most doctors consider that:

        
  •                 A total cholesterol level of 180 or above is high and they usually monitor patients with these carefully using regular testing and therapy.
  •             A reading of 160 to 180 is considered borderline, or high if other cardiac risk factors, like a family history of heart disease, are present. And a reading below 160 is low and therefore desirable.

High cholesterol levels usually occur in mid life, but abnormally high cholesterol levels can occur in any age group, even in infants, if blood lipid abnormally runs in the family. If you are concerned about your risk for heart 
disease, ask your doctor to check cholesterol level; and if your cholesterol level is too high for good health, ask to recommend a diet and exercise program that will help bring your cholesterol level down.  

Contact Address


BBC Heart Care & Pruthi Hospital
301, Lajpat Nagar Jalandhar City
Punjab-144 001 (INDIA)


Phone : +91-181-2222244



+91-181-2222266
+91-181-2222288
+91-181-2222299


Fax :       +91-181-2222211




http://www.bbcheartcare.com


Source:bbcheartcare.com
PicSource:thecardiacclinic.co.nz