Cardiovascular

Nearly one third of all global deaths every year are due to heart disease. Heart diseases remain a serious and globally life-threatening issue, and for those who survive a myocardial infarction (heart attack), it is often the start of a journey into declining cardiovascular health.

Cardiovascular diseases include coronary artery disease caused by hypercholesterolaemia (high cholesterol), heart failure and acute coronary syndrome. Cardiovascular diseases are interconnected with diabetes and renal diseases as they share common risk factors. Our aim is to prevent and treat heart diseases through a holistic approach, and ultimately save lives.

Life

These shared risk factors of CVRM diseases can be diagnosed early through regular check-ups with your doctor. Cardiovascular diseases can be well managed through living a healthy lifestyle consisting of healthy diet and being active ... Read more

Cardiovascular

Cardiovascular disease is heightened through high cholesterol, high blood pressure, family history of cardiovascular diseases and contributing lifestyle factors like inactivity, poor diet and smoking ... Read more

Metabolism

Diabetes and being overweight are other risk factors that contribute to an increased risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, which is why we approach heart health through collaborative thinking, looking at the complete picture ... Read more

Renal

Chronic Kidney Disease may mean your body is unable to control levels of important minerals, such as potassium and sodium, which can lead to changes in your heart rhythm and increase your blood pressure leading to cardiovascular complications ... Read more

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