The Cardiac and Vascular Center, Primaya Hospital’s flagship service, is often backed up by medical staff (such as cardiologists and cardiac surgeons), paramedics, and non-medical professionals. This excellent facility is equipped with cutting-edge technology and is operated by professional cardiologists and cardiac surgeons, providing facilities comparable to those found in a world-class heart hospital.
1. Preventive Services: Consultation with a Doctor, and Physical Examinations
Consultation with a cardiologist is one of the things that can be done to avoid heart and blood vessel disease. Primaya Hospital has the best Cardiologist on staff to answer all of your questions and meet your needs.
Cardiac Exams at Primaya Hospital, just as examinations done at international heart clinics, are very thorough. There are a variety of ways to verify your heart health that can be customized to your specific needs and preferences, including:
- EKG, or electrocardiogram, is used to diagnose heart disorders like arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythms) and coronary artery disease.
- Cardiac treadmill test: This is a cardiovascular exercise test.
- Electrophysiology: identifying the cause of an abnormal heartbeat (arrhythmia) and determining the most effective treatment. If a tissue problem is discovered, the doctor may perform ablation, or tissue destruction, to restore normal heartbeat rhythm.
- Take a 24-hour blood pressure reading.
- Heart or blood vessel ultrasonography (USG)
- X-ray of the chest
- Computerized Tomography Scan (CT Scan) for cardiac imaging to detect blockage or narrowing of blood vessels in patients with heart disease.
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is used to diagnose a variety of cardiac issues, including tissue damage from a heart attack, a loss of blood flow in the heart muscle, aortic narrowing or blockage, heart valve disorders, and tumor symptoms.
Use the medical check-up service offered by Primaya Hospital to perform regular health tests to improve your heart health at least once a year. Before performing these regular health checks, always consult with a cardiologist at Primaya Hospital. Regular checkups every three months are strongly advised, particularly for people with diabetes and hypertension.
Our cardiologists provide you with clear details about your health status so you can understand how your heart’s condition thoroughly.
2. Curative Services: Heart Case Variation and Management
Primaya Hospital still has a variety of treatment options for patients with different heart health issues. Heart surgery is a procedure that can be done by a reputable heart surgeon with a variety of services, including:
- Stent installation (for cases of coronary heart disease)
- Stent installation (for cases of peripheral artery disease)
- Permanent pacemaker installation
- Treatment of electrical or heart rhythm irregularities
- Open heart surgery performed by the finest Cardiac Surgeons in the field
- Heart failure therapy and medication
- Therapy and medication for High blood pressure
Cases that can be handled include:
- Aneurysm: aortic artery distension in the abdomen, chest, or both.
- Arrhythmias: heart rhythm abnormalities characterized by a rapid, sluggish, or irregular heartbeat.
- Atherosclerosis: Atherosclerosis is the narrowing and hardening of arteries caused by plaque buildup in the blood vessels.
- Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) is a heart defect that occurs before birth or when the baby is still in the womb.
- Endocarditis: is an inflammation of the heart’s inner lining.
- Atrial fibrillation: is a form of arrhythmia (heart rhythm disorder) marked by a rapid and irregular heartbeat.
- Heart Failure: When the heart is unable to pump blood throughout the body, it is known as heart failure.
- Venous and Lymphatic Disorders: problems with the heart’s veins and blood vessels, as well as lymph vessels (destroying old red blood cells).
- Hyperlipidemia is a condition in which a person’s (High Blood Cholesterol).
- High blood pressure.
- High blood pressure in the arteries of the lungs and the right side of the heart is known as pulmonary hypertension.
- Cardiomyopathy: heart muscle abnormalities.
- Heart Disease and Pregnancy
- Carotid Artery Disease: deposits or plaque accumulation on the surface of the arteries.
- Coronary Artery Disease (CAD): a collection of heart and blood vessel diseases and disorders.
- Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD): is a disorder in which the blood vessels narrow due to plaque accumulation from different substances in the blood.
- Cardiovascular Genetic Diseases: heart disease caused by genetic factors that are passed on from generation to generation.
Amyloid Heart Disease is characterized by excessive amyloid accumulation in the kidneys, heart, or digestive organs.
- Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) is a condition in which fat deposits obstruct the flow of blood to the heart.
- Heart valve dysfunction is a condition in which the heart valve does not operate properly.
- Pericardial disease is a condition in which fluid builds up in the pericardium (the lining of the heart).
- Cerebrovascular disorder is a condition that affects the brain’s blood vessels.
- Inflammatory Heart Disease and Cardiac Sarcoidosis
- A heart attack
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is a disorder in which the chest nerve or the blood vessels in the arm nerve are squeezed.
- Renal Artery Stenosis refers to the narrowing of the arteries that provide blood to the kidneys.
- Ventricular tachycardia: a condition in which the heart’s ventricles (lower chambers) beat very quickly.
- Pulmonary Embolism and Deep Vein Thrombosis: blockage of blood vessels in the lungs.
3. Cardiac Rehabilitation
Medical rehabilitation is important in the recovery of a patient’s condition, especially for those who have heart disease. Heart disease causes not only physical but also emotional and social difficulties for those who suffer from it. Medical recovery is needed in this case so that patients can completely recover and return to their activities in an optimal and efficient manner.
As a Cardiac and Vascular Center, Primaya Hospital is dedicated to helping patients improve their health and recover from heart disease. Exercise therapy, moral reinforcement, and education about a safe lifestyle are all part of cardiac recovery. The following are the cardiac rehabilitation services available at Primaya Hospital:
A. Post-Cardiac Surgery Rehabilitation
Cardiac rehabilitation services, which begin with post-cardiac surgery or CABG procedures, include:
- Expulsion of phlegm by breathing exercises (chest physiotherapy).
- Exercises for the upper and lower extremities, such as upward hand gestures (to train lung development to improve circulation and to avoid stiffness).
B. Patient Recovery in the Treatment Room
Following the patient’s arrival in the treatment room, the patient will be put through a series of exercises, as follows:
- TENS (Transcutaneal Electrical Nerve Simulation) is a pain-relieving technique that takes about 10-15 minutes to work.
- Diathermy therapy (about 10-15 minutes) to help with pain and breathing.
- Exercises for Movement Members
- Physiotherapist-assisted transfer exercises (from lying, sitting, and standing).
- Balance or Walking Exercises (standing next to the bed for 10-15 minutes).
- 6 Minutes of Exercise at the end of therapy, start walking slowly. The doctor will keep track of the patient’s progress.
- Home Medical Rehabilitation Program for activities at home, such as breathing and walking exercises, as described previously.
4. Technology and Facilities at Cardiac and Vascular Center
Primaya Hospital has a range of heart and blood vessel health checkup services, the same as an international heart hospital usually has. Our cardiologists are board-certified cardiologists who can conduct exams using a range of modern techniques, including:
- Cardiac catheterization: The insertion of a heart ring to treat coronary artery issues.
- Diagnostic Coronary Angiography: Detection of irregular blood vessel narrowing or blockage.
- Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI): Treats blood vessel narrowing without requiring surgery.
- Maze Procedure, Cardiac Electrophysiology (EP) & Catheter Ablation: Analysis, diagnosis, and cardiac electrical healing
- ICD (Implantable Cardioverter Device): A means of preventing heart failure or sudden cardiac arrest by implanting a device.
- Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT): Improves the capacity of the heart to pump blood and oxygen across the body.
- Percutaneous Balloon Mitral Valvuloplasty (PBVM): This procedure is used to repair damaged heart valves caused by rheumatoid arthritis.
- Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Rotational Artherectomy (PTCRA): A minimally invasive technique for increasing blood flow to the heart muscle by opening blocked coronary arteries.
- Permanent Pacemaker (PPM): A capsule-sized pacemaker with single or dual chambers.
- Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG): This is a cardiac operation procedure in which a machine called a Heart Lung Machine temporarily replaces the function of the heart.
- Valve Replacement Open Surgery: One or more diseased heart valves cause complications that require valve replacement repair or surgery.
- EVAR (Endovascular Aortic Repair): An endovascular procedure for treating abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA).
- TEVAR (Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair): A minimally invasive procedure that eliminates the need for open surgery and instead requires only installing stent grafts into the aortic vein.
- Endovascular Angioplasty (Ballooning): A minimally invasive endovascular procedure for widening narrowed or blocked arteries or veins, and is often used to treat arterial atherosclerosis.
- Peripheral Vascular Stenting: Procedures for increasing blood flow by overcoming a narrowing or blockage of an artery or vein.
- Endovenous Laser Therapy: A minimally invasive treatment that has been clinically shown to be an efficient and safe alternative to exfoliating veins by delivering energy directly into the vein walls using a laser fiber.
- Open vascular surgery is a type of life-saving surgery that is performed on the vascular or circulatory system to treat diseases.
- Vascular Access (Chemo-port, Catheter Dual Lumen, and others), Chemo-port: A kit that will be inserted and installed in the central venous system specifically for the infusion of chemotherapy drugs in oncological diseases.
- Dual Lumen Catheter: A dialysis access designed for patients who need dialysis in a hurry. A sterile plastic catheter would be inserted into a large vein in the neck or groin by the doctor.
- Embolization is a non-surgical, minimally invasive technique used to treat a number of health issues. Embolization of arteries is a common procedure. This operation closes a section of an artery to avoid blood flow to a specific location.
- Coiling: An interventional radiological procedure in which a coil is inserted to block an aneurysm (a swollen and weak area in the artery).
- Trans Arterial Chemo Infusion (TACI): The process of injecting chemotherapy drugs (cancer drugs) into blood vessels.
- TACE (Trans Arterial Chemoembolization): A surgical treatment that can be used to treat liver cancer as well as cancer that has spread to other parts of the body.
- Vascular Graft: Transplantation of damaged or diseased blood vessels.
5. Experienced and Competent Medical Team
In the Cardio and Vascular Center, Primaya Hospital offers integrated cardiac care with the help of medical staff (such as cardiologists and cardiac surgeons), paramedics, and non-medical professionals.
- Non-Intervention Cardiovascular Specialists
- Interventional Cardiovascular Specialists
- Electrophysiology Subspecialty Cardiovascular Specialist
- Cardiovascular Subspecialty Specialist
- Cardiovascular Anesthesia Subspecialty Specialist
- Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeon
- Perfusionist (heart surgery team that operates the Heart Lung Machine)
- Nurses with Basic Certification
- Nurses with Intervention Certification
Supported by experts and blood vessel professionals who are capable of dealing with a wide range of heart and blood vessel cases in heart hospitals, including:
- Abdul Hakim Alkatiri, Sp.JP, FIHA
- Addiena Primawati, Sp.JP-FIHA
- Agung Fabian Chandranegara, SpJP
- Andriga Dirgantomo, Sp.JP, FIHA
- Arief Fadhilah, Sp.JP, FIHA
- Bambang Budiono,Sp.JP,FIHA,FAPSC,FAPSIC,FSCAI
- Darwin Maulana, Sp.JP
- Fachmi Ahmad Muslim, Sp.JP, FIHA
- Faizal Pamewa Sp.JP
- Fitry Handayani, SpJP
- Henry Pakpahan, Sp.JP, FIHA
- Isman Firdaus, Sp.JP(K), FIHA, FESC, FSCAI
- Ivan Noersyid, SpJP
- Manoefris Kasim, Sp.JP(K), Sp.KN
- Marisa Khairani H,Sp.JP
- Novi Ariyanti, SpJP, FIHA
- Robert Edward Saragih, Sp.JP, FIHA
- Ronaldi, Sp.JP
- Rony M Santoso, Sp.JP(K), FIHA, FAPSC, FESC, FSCAI
- Roy Christian, Sp.JP
- Sanggap Indra Sitompul, Sp. Jp, FIHA
- Tito Phurbojoyo, SpJP
- Wira Kimahesa Anggoro, SpJP
- Yudistira Panji Santoso, Sp.PD, KKV
- Yusak Alfrets Porotuo, SpJP
- Yusuf Galenta, Sp. JP, FIHA