Aster Hospital Unveils Heart Failure Clinic and Daycare Centre

Heart Transplant Meet: Survivors Share Stories of Triumph and Transformation 

Bangalore.  Aster CMI Hospital today launched Heart Failure Clinic and expanded cardiac expertise with a one of its kind daycare Clinic for heart failure management that will provide integrated medical services for cardiovascular ailments. These units will offer a wide range of diagnostics as well as therapeutic services for patients having heart-related ailments, alleviate cardiovascular disease symptoms, minimize complications, and recommend measures to slow down and reverse the progression of underlying diseases.

Inaugurating the Clinic, Mrs. Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar, renowned Kannada Film Producer said: “Heart-related ailments are on the rise in India and there is immediate need for such dedicated clinics that can educate the public on do’s and don’ts of healthy living, the importance of regular screenings and early medical interventions.”  Mrs. Rajkumar also advised the public to not let misinformation hold back and take charge of health.

“Despite medical progress, heart failure patients still face high illness and death rates, fueled by the double whammy of devastating readmissions and draining societal costs. Specialized clinics like this are proactive answers. By offering immediate expert care, one can slash readmissions and improve patient outcomes, a win-win for individuals and society,” said Dr. Nagamalesh U M, Lead Consultant - Cardiology, Interventional Cardiologist, Director - Heart Failure, Transplant & MCS Clinic, Aster CMI Hospital, Bangalore.

Speaking at the launch, Mr. SGS Lakshmanan, COO, Aster CMI Hospital, Bangalore said, “We are glad to announce that the Heart Failure Clinic and Daycare Centre Clini is spearheaded and monitored by multi-disciplinary experts and dedicated cardiologists. Moreover, with the rapid evolution of medical inventions in the field of heart failure management, a dedicated well-equipped setup will offer the latest treatments and do justice to the patient’s health.”

The event witnessed a meet-up of heart transplant survivors who shared their journey from the pre-surgery to the peaks of recovery, triumph, and transformation. It was a celebration of resilience, a chorus of "I lived!”