Prevent Sudden Heart Attack

Sudden Heart Attack is an Emergency Situation where every minute is important. The Survival may require immediate medical intervention, hospitalization and surgery.

Why wait for a Sudden Heart Attack when you can prevent it. Today Preventive Cardiac Care can help you to know the condition of your heart, chances of heat attack and remedies to improve the condition of your heart.

Sudden Heart Attack

Sudden Heart Attack

Some Smoke Signals – Alarming Symptoms

  1. Chest Pain
  2. Shortness of Breath
  3. Excessive Sweating, Cold Sweating
  4. Heaviness in Chest
  5. Dizziness
  6. Fainting
  7. Getting tired too soon

Preventive Cardiac Care – What To Do

  1. Consult a Cardiac Specialist
  2. Heart Check Up Packages tells about the condition of your heart
  3. Certain Superspeciality Test can helps predict chances of heart attack
  4. APOA 1 & APOB | hs-CRP | Lip-a | Homocystein
  5. Coronary Angiogram ( to know if the heart arteries are narrowed or blocked) * Your Doctor will recommend you for the procedure

Some Precautions – Steps to Save your Life  

  1. Do keep your contact details in your pocket as when you travel

    Emergency Hospital

    Emergency Hospital

  2. Do include the number of your heart specialist in the document along with a family in member’s name and contact in the same document
  3. Write your blood group
  4. In your Car and office keep an Emergency Hospital contact number
  5. Do save the same number in your cell phone

Useful Links

1. Desun Regular Heart Check Rs. 2800 /-


2. Desun Advanced Heart Check Rs. 4300 /-


Why Desun Heart Check Packages

1. Comprehensive
2. Intelligent and Intuitive Tests

Both Packages includes some Superspeciality Tests that Helps Predict Heart Attack, Stroke, Coronary Artery Disease *package specific

1. Superspeciality Test APOA 1 & APOB (2 Parameters)
The ratio of APOA 1 & APOB indicates the chances of heart
attack in the future

2. Superspeciality Test hs-CRP
This test is used to predict the risk of developing heart disease
and allied complications, like strokes and sudden cardiac
death. Higher hs-CRP levels indicate higher risks.

3. Superspeciality Test Lip-a
This test is used to determine chances of development of
Coronary Artery disease.

4. Superspeciality Test Homocystein
An increase level of homocystein in the blood suggests high
risk of heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, and Alzeimer’s

5. Angiogram (CAG)