It is essential to have regular heart check-ups, especially if there is a history of heart conditions or sudden death syndrome in your family. Here one of our expert cardiologists Dr Sabiha Gati explains the commonest types of inherited heart diseases and what you can expect from a cardiac medical screening.
An exercise test is used to determine how your heart responds when it's working at full strength and can reveal any problems related to your heart rate and blood pressure during exercise. Wondering what to expect on the day? Read more from one of London's leading cardiologists Dr Sabiha Gati.
For youngsters living with a diagnosed cardiac condition, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) is a charity that supports young people with regular meetings and for affected patients to become more acquainted with others. We spoke to Dr Sabiha Gata about CRY and their Myheart meeting sessions and what patients can expect.
Dr Sabiha Gati is a cardiologist who represents the charity CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young). The organisation raises awareness about potentially life-threatening cardiac conditions in young patients. Here, Dr Gati shares some of her top medical advice for youngsters who live with a diagnosed heart condition, including the benefits of exercising and the effects of substance abuse.
Cardiologists help all levels of athletes train safely, no matter what their level is. Learn from Dr Sabiha Gati, a leading UK cardiologist, about how you can benefit from cardiac screening and what to expect during a sports cardiology consultation.
In the UK, roughly 12 young people between the ages of 13-45 die every week from an undiagnosed heart problem. CRY is a charity that has set out to stop this happening. We spoke to CRY cardiologist, Dr Sabiha Gati and she explained to us exactly what the charity can offer to help young people prevent sudden adult death syndrome and how they are improving young people's access to cardiac screening.