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• Diagnostic, therapeutic, monitoring and follow-up services for patients with cardiac disease that requires tertiary care level which include the following:
   - Chest Pain
   - Myocardial Infarction
   - Arrhythmia
   - Cardiomyopathy
   - Pulmonary Hypertension
   - Heart Failure
   - Hypertension and Diabetes Type II in the context of Coronary Insufficiency
   - Adults with Congenital Heart Disease
   - Rheumatic valvar Disease
   - Structural TAVI
• Follow-up on patients with cardiac diseases requiring surgical procedures including valvar repair and replacement, implants of pace makers, coronary artery surgery, surgery of structural and congenital heart disease in adolescents and adults via different approaches.
• Multidisciplinary medical approach for management of patients with mostly acquired vascular abnormalities through the combination of imaging, interventional procedures in specialized cath lab as well as in the surgical OR.
• Optimal care of pediatric patients with congenital and acquired heart diseases through diagnoses and management.
• Specialized clinic that offer variety of treatment for abnormal cardiac rhythms in patients with different underlying diseases.
• Providing care for patients who require invasive procedures for diagnosis, management and treatment of conditions
• Offer service for diagnosis, and follow-up of patients using different diagnostic tools (Echocardiography, TEE, intracardiac Echo, IVUS, dobutamine stress test, 6 minutes walking test, tilt tables, holter monitors, event monitors, ECG etc.)
• Highly specialized interdisciplinary service mostly dedicated for the treatment and management of infants, children and adolescents with congenital and acquired heart diseases, and managing unstable patient requiring critical care management that does not require cardiac operation.
• Specialized clinic to provide diagnostic, management and follow-up services for children with congenital and acquired cardiac disease.