Interventional Cardiologist Singapore - Dr. Lim Ing Haan Cardiology Clinic

Interventional
Cardiology

Dr Lim Ing Haan's cardiology experience spanned more than 20 years, from radial angioplasty, stenting to complex coronary intervention, including...

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Heart Diseases and Preventions Center, Singapore - Dr. Lim Ing Haan Cardiology Clinic

Heart Diseases
and Preventions

Coronary artery disease, such as atherosclerosis, is the leading cause of heart attacks. When you have plaque buildups in the arteries that supply blood to the heart...

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Treatments and Screenings Center, Singapore - Dr. Lim Ing Haan Cardiology Clinic

Treatments
and Screenings

The best way to prevent cardiovascular disease is by managing your risk factors. Find out if you and your loved ones are at risk today...

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Recent Events

Heart Attacks Could Be Fatal, But Should Rarely Come As A Surprise.

Heart Specialist Clinic owner Dr. Lim Ing Haan runs her cardiologist clinic at 3 Mount Elizabeth #04-02 Singapore. Heart Specialist and Interventional cardiologist Dr. Lim Ing Haan provides all types of heart disease services in her cardiologist clinic in Singapore. Dr. Lim Ing Haan as an interventional cardiologist aka heart specialist focuses on all aspects of your preventive and treatment needs for heart palpitation, heart surgery, heart stent, shortness of breath – from risk assessment, early screening, to preventive cardiology utilising leading technology including 320 Slice Cardiac CT and Cardiac PET at her Singapore heart & vascular clinic.

Starting from the age of 20, routine cardiac screenings for significant risk factors can save lives! Blood pressure, blood cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, lifestyle choices, smoking, and family history serve as early indicators to your susceptibility to heart failure, and early detection and treatment of these risk factors can prevent the progression of heart disease at heart & vascular clinic Singapore.

Our approach also encompasses advise on not just medications, but also cardiac rehabilitation, nutrition counseling, smoking cessation, and other approaches to reducing cardiovascular risks. Other symptoms of a heart attack may include sharp pain in the left chest, Chest tightness, shortness of breath, Lack of energy, Heart Palpitation Some may have No Symptoms.

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