Clarification and therapy
of clinical pictures such as chest pain (angina pectoris), shortness of breath (dyspnea), cardiac arrhythmia, poor performance or heart murmurs.
Recording of cardiac currents lying down, at rest.
Exercise ECG (ergometry)
Recording of cardiac currents including blood pressure measurement during physical activity.
Holter ECG (24 hours to 7 days)
With the long-term ECG, symptoms can be noted by the patient and evaluated afterwards by the physician.
External cardiac ultrasound (transthoracic) and swallowing ultrasound (transoesophageal).
24 hours blood pressure measurement
Blood pressure values and possible fluctuations can be recorded and evaluated regularly throughout the day and night.
of pacemakers and implanted defibrilators (ICD).
to restore normal heart rhythm in cardiac arrhythmias, such as atrial fibrillation.
Event recorder implantation
for the diagnosis of specific cardiac arrhythmias that are difficult to detect by a long-term ECG because of their rarity.
Permanent pacemaker implantation
corrects disturbances in the electrical conduction system and regulates the heartbeat.
Early Rehabilitation Program
Twelve-week outpatient follow-up program after heart attack, cardiac catheterization or heart surgery. Care provided by cardiology, psychosomatics, physiotherapy and nutritional counseling.
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After completing the outpatient rehab program, you can maintain and further develop your regained fitness and share experiences in the group.
Outpatient specialist consultation hours
Information material rehabilitation
Have you recently been a patient with us or are you still a patient? It is important that you continue to keep yourself well informed and take your rehabilitation seriously. To support you at home as well, we will be happy to provide you with appropriate information material.