BGS Hospital

Gleneagles Global Hospitals has two facilities in Bengaluru, one at Kengeri and the other at Richmond Road. BGS Gleneagles Global Hospitals located at Kengeri, is a state-of-the-art, NABH facility with expertise in multi-disciplinary tertiary specialities. With over 500-beds, the hospital is one of the largest of its kind in Bengaluru and consists of 14 operation theatres, most advanced imaging facilities and a modern Transplant ICU. The hospital caters to several key specialities including Oncology, Neurosurgery, Liver diseases and various others. BGS Gleneagles Global Hospitals caters to several overseas patients from around the world suffering from various disorders such as Liver ailments, Kidney failures, Breast Cancer, Leukaemia, Neurological disorders amongst others.

Gleneagles Global Hospitals, located at Richmond Road, is a 40-bed speciality centre with a focus on Oncology, Orthopaedics, MIS, Interventional Radiology, ENT and Urology. Special packages and procedures for preventive medicine are also available to ensure that residents around Richmond road can monitor their health on a regular basis. The Hospital houses advanced imaging services, pathology and laboratory medicine centres.

Gleneagles Global Hospitals has multi-super speciality hospitals in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai and Mumbai. The brand is the most preferred hospital group for multi-organ transplants in the Asia region. The parent entity of Gleneagles Global Hospitals is IHH Healthcare, a leading premium integrated healthcare provider with a network of 84 hospitals and more than 16,000 licensed beds. It is one of the largest healthcare groups in the world by market capitalisation and is listed in the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia and Main Board of SGX-ST. IHH is a leading player in the home markets of Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey and India, and in their key growth markets of China and Hong Kong.

What is Cardiology ?

Cardiology is a branch of medical science which studies diseases related to the heart and its function.  Cardiology involves study of various heart ailments and defects and its treatment such as heart failure, ischemic heart disease, congenital heart defect and defects related to the valves of the heart, etc.

Treatment for cardiac diseases in India nowadays provides an affordable option as not only it can boast of treatment on par with the developed world but also at a much lesser cost compared to the developed countries.

Non-Invasive Cardiology and Diagnostic

Non-invasive procedures are carried out to diagnose and treat the heart diseases.

For the patients who have a history of heart disease, chest pain of unknown cause, calcified valves, etc, certain non-invasive diagnostic procedures are carried out such as electrocardiogram (ECG), echocardiogram , 2-D Colour Doppler, peripheral Doppler, trans-oesophageal echocardiogram (TEE), stress test, etc.

Invasive and Interventional Cardiology

Invasive cardiologic procedures are carried out when the disease is too severe to be cured by non-invasive procedures.  As the name suggests, invasive cardiology involves surgical procedures which need to invade the body like making an incision, insertion of devices, stent placement, etc.  Gated blood pool studies, coronary angiography, stent placement, etc. are a few of such procedures.

Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG)

Coronary artery bypass grafting or CABG for short is a type of bypass surgery carried out to relieve chest pain (angina) and increase survival for patients suffering from coronary artery disease.

Heart Valve Replacement

When heart valves do not function properly, they may need to be replaced.  Valves can become calcified and may not open or close properly and may need to be replaced.  Several kinds of artificial valves are available today and its usage depends on the diagnosis, age, gender, etc.

Cardiology Robotic Surgery

In robotic assisted surgery, a robot assists the cardiac surgeon in carrying out the surgery.  It is done through small incisions. The surgeon controls the instruments and visualises the 3D images through the camera placed inside the thoracic cavity.  Repair of HOCM, mitral valve replacement/repair, etc. are a few of the procedures done in this manner.