Heart Specialist

Heart specialist salary in Pakistan

near about 5,118,037/Rs  in per year.

which is equal to 2,461/Rs per hour.

They earn bounce near about 384,365/Rs in per year.

Salary by Experience :-

Junior Doctor:-


Senior Doctor:-


Heart Specialist Salary into India

near about 1,784,857/Rs  in  a year 

which is equal to 1,100 in Hourly rate

They earn bounce near about 51,204 /Rs in per year.

Heart Specialist Salary into USA

near about $277,792  in  a year

What does a Heart Specialist do?

Heart doctors are doctors that go on to (focus on doing one thing very well) in (identifying a disease or its cause), treating and preventing sicknesses that mainly affect the heart and blood tubes (in the body)

Whether the heart doctor sees you in the office or in the hospital, he or she will review your medical history and (do/complete) a physical examination which may include checking your blood pressure, weight, heart, lungs, and blood tubes (in the body). Some problems may be(identified a disease or its cause) by your signs of sickness and the doctor’s findings when you are examined. You may need added/more tests such as an ECG, x-ray, or blood test. Other problems will require more (made to do one thing very well) testing. Your heart doctor may recommend(way of living) changes or medicine. Each patient’s case is (like nothing else in the world) is unique.

Types of Heart Specialist :

There are many types of Heart Specialist .


(does/completes) advanced heart-related procedures such as stent placements in closed ordiseased (blood vessels from the heart/busy roads), atheroectomy, and balloon surgical heart repair


works with the bio-electric sudden (unplanned) desires of the heart to help identify and treat problems, such as irregular heartbeats, through medicine and harmful procedures .

3.Transplant :-

works with patients who are in need of, or who are recovering from, a heart transplant.


works with children who suffer from a variety of heart problems.

Heart Diseases Diagnoses

The tests you’ll need to (identify a disease or its cause) your heart disease depend on what condition your doctor thinks you might have. No matter what type of heart disease you have, your doctor will likely perform a physical exam and ask about your personal and family medical history before doing any tests. Besides blood tests and a chest X-ray, tests to (identify a disease or its cause) heart disease can include 

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • Holter monitoring
  • Echocardiogram (also known as echo)
  • Stress  test (also called treadmill or exercise ECG)
  • Cardiac catheterization
  • Cardiac computerized tomography (CT) scan
  • Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)


Heart disease treatments change/differ by condition. For instance, if you have a heart infection, you’ll likely be given germ-killing drugs. In general, treatment for heart disease usually includes :

1.Lifestyle changes

These include eating a low-fat and low-sodium diet, getting at least 30 minutes of not extreme/medium-level exercise on most days of the week, quitting smoking, and limiting alcohol in take

2. Medications

If (way of living) changes alone aren’t enough, your doctor may prescribe medicines to control your heart disease. The type of medicine will depend on the type of heart disease

3.Medical procedures or surgery

If medicines aren’t enough, it’s possible your doctor will recommend clearly stated/particular procedures or surgery. The type of procedure will depend on the type of heart disease and theextent of the damage to your heart

Heart Specialist Advises

  • Stop smoking. Smoking is a major risk factor for heart disease, especially atherosclerosis. Quitting is the best way to reduce your risk of heart disease and its complications.
  • Control your blood pressure. Ask your doctor for a blood pressure measurement at least every two years. He or she may recommend more frequent measurements if your blood pressure is higher than normal or you have a history of heart disease. Optimal blood pressure is less than 120 systolic and 80 diastolic, as measured in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg).
  • Check your cholesterol. Ask your doctor for a baseline cholesterol test when you’re in your 20s and then at least every five years. You may need to start testing earlier if high cholesterol is in your family. If your test results aren’t within desirable ranges, your doctor may recommend more frequent measurements.Most people should aim for an LDL level below 130 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL), or 3.4 millimoles per liter (mmol/L). If you have other risk factors for heart disease, you should aim for an LDL below 100 mg/dL (2.6 mmol/L). If you’re at very high risk of heart disease — if you’ve already had a heart attack or have diabetes, for example — aim for an even lower LDL level — below 70 mg/dL (1.8 mmol/L).
  • Keep diabetes under control. If you have diabetes, tight blood sugar control can help reduce the risk of heart disease.
  • Move. Exercise helps you achieve and maintain a healthy weight and control diabetes, elevated cholesterol and high blood pressure — all risk factors for heart disease. If you have a heart arrhythmia or heart defect, there may be some restrictions on the activities you can do, so talk to your doctor.With your doctor’s OK, aim for 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity most days of the week.
  • Eat healthy foods. A heart-healthy diet based on fruits, vegetables and whole grains — and low in saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium and added sugar — can help you control your weight, blood pressure and cholesterol.
  • Maintain a healthy weight. Being overweight increases your risk of heart disease. A BMI of less than 25 and a waist circumference of 35 inches (88.9 centimeters) or less is the goal for preventing and treating heart disease.
  • Manage stress. Reduce stress as much as possible. Practice techniques for managing stress, such as muscle relaxation and deep breathing.
  • Deal with depression. Being depressed can increase your risk of heart disease significantly. Talk to your doctor if you feel hopeless or uninterested in your life.
  • Practice good hygiene. Stay away from people with infectious diseases such as colds, get vaccinated against the flu, regularly wash your hands, and brush and floss your teeth regularly to keep yourself well.

Reference by (https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/heart-disease/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20353124)

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