Heart Failure Treatment in Hyderabad

The basic function of the heart is to pump the blood which is then circulated to the entire body. Heart failure occurs when the heart fails to pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs.
Today, heart failure has become a common ailment across the globe and is the root cause of many heart-related diseases.


A heart failure patient may experience one of these or different symptoms:

  • Difficulty in breathing and shortness of breath. Initially, it will occur while the patient is exercising or doing some heavy work. At advanced stages, this occurs even while the patient is resting.
  • An interruption in sleeping because of difficulty in breathing.
  • Swelling in the ankles, feet, and legs.
  • Coughing.
  • The extra fluid in the body leads to weight gain.
  • The patient is not able to do daily activities because they feel tired most of the time.
  • Lack of appetite.
  • Vomiting and nausea.
  • Faster heartbeat.


Mostly, heart failure occurs because of one of the following reasons:

  • Blockage of the arteries (coronary heart disease).
  • Heart attack.
  • High blood pressure.
  • Heart valve problems.
  • Diabetes.
  • Lung diseases.
  • Genetic problems in the heart muscles.
  • Heart infections.
  • Excessive intake of alcohol.


A person is at a greater risk of heart failure if he/she is suffering from any of the following activities:

  • Reduced or low levels of haemoglobin or red blood cells.
  • Anaemia.
  • A thyroid gland that is overactive (hyperthyroidism).
  • A thyroid gland that is underactive in its functioning (hypothyroidism).
  • Constantly high fever and inconsistent heartbeat.
  • Consuming too much salt in the meals.
  • Stressing the body too much with physical exercises and work.
  • People who take a lot of emotional stress are also at a greater risk.


Following are some measures that can help prevent heart failure:

  • Quitting smoking.
  • Reducing stress.
  • Healthier lifestyle by exercising.
  • Not allowing conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
  • Eating healthy food.


Hypertensive Clinic

The Clinical and Preventive Cardiology division of the Heart Institute constitutes of our experienced and expert team of doctors who are capable of handling even the most drastic heart related emergency.. The aim of Preventive Cardiology is to identify people with high risk of developing cardiac disease. The team is also committed to a proactive approach to health to avoid illness and optimize wellness. All our services are designed in a way that we can detect in its early stage so that it does not escalate and harm the individual majorly.

Using our various pioneering technologies like the CT, and the Da Vinci Robotic Surgery, we diagnose and treat our patients to help them get back to their normal lives as soon as possible.

Heart failure

Heart failure is a debilitating syndrome with a mortality rate similar to that of some cancers. It is often misdiagnosed and under-diagnosed and many heart failure patients, who are often elderly, also suffer from other complicating co-morbidities. Heart failure clinic aims to diagnosis and treatment of heart failure for people with heart failure by trained and specialised cardiologists.

Heart Disease Reversal Program

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is one of the greatest public health challenges of our time, accounting for nearly 20 million deaths every year worldwide. India, with more than 60% of all CVD patients in the world, is fast emerging as the CVD capital of the world. Heart disease reversal program is envisaged to deliver focused, individualised, evidence-based, integrated healthcare to the patients with an aim to reduce the risk of CVD complications in them. The program aims for effective and aggressive management of CV risk factors with the help of

    • Multi-disciplinary approach to treatment, which includes patient counseling, weight management, smoking cessation, appropriate use of anti-atherosclerotic pharmacological management, etc.
    • Newer, evidence-based risk assessment tools (such as carotid IMT, brachial FMD, etc.) for guiding patient management
    • Newer, evidence-based risk reduction therapies