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Cardiology Second Opinion

cardiology second opinion


The most common type of cardiological condition is coronary artery disease (CAD) and it occurs when blood supply to the heart is narrowed or blocked. CAD can cause minor conditions such as angina or arrythmia, or it can cause more serious conditions like a heart attack or complete heart failure.

Research has shown that, in emergency rooms, acute chest pain is commonly misdiagnosed in specific patient populations, resulting in fatal outcomes1. The reasons for missed acute myocardial infarction (heart attacks) have been reported to include incorrect ECG interpretation and failure to order appropriate diagnostic tests2.

In patients with acute CAD, the timely delivery of care is critical for favorable outcomes, and it’s why a quick and efficient second opinion provides reassurance, it allows a timely manner of treatment.

What can we do for you?

  • Ensure a thorough evaluation and confirmation that all aspects of your condition have been considered.
  • Prevent unnecessary procedures or invasive treatments.
  • Enhance your understanding of your test results, your heart condition, and your treatment options.
  • Increase confidence in your medical decisions and give you peace of mind about the chosen course of action for your heart health.
  • Accessibility to online medical opinions that offer expert advice and consultations regardless of geographical constraints, reducing long wait times, the need for in-person visits, and increase flexible timing, when and where you need it.

See Cardiology Sample Report.

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