Non-invasive cardiology focuses on the detection and treatment of heart disease, using external tests
Texila American University (TAU), an overseas provider of medical education, ties-up with Yashoda Hospital &Research Centre, Ghaziabad to launch a fellowship program in non- invasive cardiology in India. Non-invasive cardiology focuses on the detection and treatment of heart disease, using external tests—rather than instruments inserted into the body—to evaluate and diagnose cardiac disorders.
Saju Bhaskar, Founder & President of TAU, said, “We are happy to associate with Yashoda hospital to introduce our fellowship program in non- invasive cardiology. We feel that there is a need to create more specialists in non-invasive cardiology. Common people today have become more conscious and watchful about their health, especially their heart which is vulnerable diseases owing to sedentary life- style, hectic work hours etc. According to recent statistics, on an average a non-invasive cardiologist receives about 25-30 patients per day. "
Non- invasive cardiology is a much in demand specialization across the globe as heart related ailment have increased many- folds.
Dr. Gurjit Singh Gill, Associate Consultant (Cardiology) at Yashoda Hospital & Research Centre, Ghaziabad, said, ““We have been receiving a lot of requests from doctors to introduce fellowship programs, especially in non- invasive cardiology. This is the reason we thought to support the fellowship program. This is a two-year program where students after their successful completion and evaluation will receive a fellowship from TAU.”