Leading Heart Hospital for Best Cardiac Treatment

Worlds Nic Cardiology is a specialized medical unit focused on diagnosing, treating, and managing cardiovascular conditions. Staffed by top cardiologists, we offer a comprehensive range of services. Reach out to the best cardiology hospital, book an appointment today to get immediate care and treatment from the experts.

The Department of Cardiology at Worlds Nic is the best heart specialist hospital. The cardiac specialists are committed to providing world-class cardiac care to the patients and the team of experienced and skilled cardiologists is dedicated to achieving the best outcomes for the patients seeking cardiac help. Our best cardiologist provides cardiac treatment with compassion and utmost care.
The department is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and infrastructure making us the best heart hospital. Offering a wide range of cardiac services, from diagnosis to treatment and recovery. Worlds Nic has the best cardiologist, with years of expertise in treating various cardiac conditions. Along with coronary treatment, cardiologist specialists offer Interventional cardiology treatment for a sophisticated approach to cardiac care. Patients can also undergo interventional cardiology services in case their condition requires it.
The department offers a comprehensive range of services including ECG, stress test, and echocardiography, along with providing exceptional care to young hearts through pediatric cardiology. The team of top cardiologists ensures accurate diagnosis and prompt treatment. Our heart doctors are committed to providing compassionate care to patients to help them recover and restore their quality of life. Worlds Nic is a one-stop destination for all your cardiac needs.

Medical Conditions

Multivessel coronary artery disease describes the condition when it affects multiple major coronary arteries. It’s also known as multivessel disease (MVD).

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common type of heart disease. This condition occurs when narrowing or blocking of the coronary disease. Multivessel disease can be a concerning condition. As few people may not know MVD unless they experience a heart attack.

The multivessel disease symptoms are quite similar to that of a heart attack. Best Cardiology Doctors help you with the best treatment before there are any concerning complications.

Chronic total occlusion also known as CTO for short, they are blockages, which are often present for more than two or three months. Fatty deposits or plaque build-up within the arteries (known as atherosclerosis). It is one of the complications that can arise from Coronary Artery Disease (CAD). As the artery narrows, the heart does not receive adequate blood which results in chest pain, shortness of breath, and sometimes a heart attack. They may occur at any time – while the body is being exerted or at rest.

We offer advanced chronic total occlusion treatment for patients suffering from CTOs through complex interventional procedures.

As the name indicates, bifurcation is the splitting of an artery into two branches.

A common feature, it is also a site where the buildup of plaque is common. This is due to the differences in flow, turbulence, and stress which are placed on the site of the bifurcation. With the buildup in plaque, stenosis (narrowing) occurs. It is so commonly prevalent that nearly 15% to 20% of all coronary interventions are for this condition. Unfortunately, its bifurcation lesion treatment is as complex as the condition is common. On the positive side, our interventional cardiologists have a lot of experience dealing with it and meticulously plan the procedure.

As blood passes from one chamber of the heart to another, it passes through a valve. There are four such valves in the heart and they ensure that the blood flows in only a single direction. The mitral valve is situated between the upper and lower left chambers of the heart. ‘Stenosis’ is the narrowing of any opening. Stenosis of the mitral valve will limit the flow of blood between the left atrium and left ventricle. This could cause blood and fluid to back-up into the lungs. Mitral stenosis usually presents several years after rheumatic fever.

Mitral valve stenosis symptoms include shortness of breath, fatigue, dizziness, weakness, swollen ankles, swollen distended abdomen, and irregular heartbeat. Sometimes mitral valve stenosis treatment involves medication but most of the time it is treated by procedures such as balloon valvotomy or surgical valve replacement. The cardiology experts at Worlds Nic offer procedures such as the balloon valvotomy.

Treatments & Procedures

An angioplasty procedure is where a balloon is inserted into a blood vessel in order to crush or remove blocks that are inhibiting the flow of blood. Once this is done it is almost always followed by deployment of what is known as a stent.

A stent is a metal scaffold, which prevents the recurrence of the blockage at the site. This is a minimally invasive procedure.

A catheter is inserted and guided to the location of the block and a stent is deployed without any trauma to the body. Simple and elegant, our experts have been performing this procedure for many years. At Worlds Nic our experts offer affordable angioplasty prices for patients seeking treatment.

A primary angioplasty procedure is different from the former in that it is done as an emergency procedure and is a life-saving measure. A patient who is in the process of undergoing a heart attack (known scientifically as a myocardial infarction) needs to undergo a primary angioplasty in order to avert permanent damage to the heart muscle. This is a far more complex procedure than an ordinary angioplasty given the condition of the patient and the emergency circumstances. In this procedure, time is of the essence. The less the time taken to complete the procedure, the better the outcome for the patient. A hospital’s ability to respond efficiently in this situation is measured from the moment the patient enters its doors.

Internationally, a time of 90 minutes from ‘door to balloon’ is considered acceptable.

Our cardiology specialists are experts at the procedure. It takes many people across specialties working as a team in absolute harmony to execute a primary angioplasty well. Our team takes great pride in the fact that our response time averages just 60 minutes from door to balloon and are constantly at work to try and bring that figure even lower.

A balloon valvotomy is a minimally invasive procedure used in the mitral valve stenosis treatment.

It widens the heart valve and allows for the free flow of blood. A minimally invasive procedure, it requires even greater skill and expertise when performed on children. During the procedure, our cardiology experts and a specialized team of nurses and technicians insert a catheter (a thin flexible tube) into an artery in the groin or arm. It is then threaded through the body into the heart. Eventually, it reaches the narrowed mitral valve at which point a balloon device that is located at the tip of the catheter is inflated. The narrowed mitral valve is stretched open.

When sufficiently opened, the balloon is deflated and removed at which point blood flow is restored.

This is a procedure which is primarily carried out on infants. In the normal heart blood that is oxygen-depleted is pumped to the lungs from the right side of the heart. Here it is oxygenated. This is then returned to the left heart via the pulmonary artery and from there the aorta carries it to the rest of the body. In a condition called dextro-Transposition of the great arteries (d-TGA), some major blood vessels are improperly connected. This results in the oxygen-depleted blood from the right heart being pumped straight to the aorta and then to the rest of the body. This is life-threatening since the body is not receiving the required oxygen to survive.

In an ‘atrial septostomy’, a tiny hole is created between the two upper chambers of the heart (the atria). A balloon atrial septostomy catheter is guided to the hole in the atrial septum and inflated, making the hole larger. This improves the oxygenation process. The process is also sometimes carried out if the patient suffers from other cyanotic congenital conditions. It isn’t a cure in itself but is aimed at helping the patient survive and/or gain strength until a more permanent procedure can be carried out. It is also used as a bridge procedure when a patient requires a lung transplant and a donor isn’t immediately available. Our expert cardiology doctors at Worlds Nic have had great success performing this procedure.

Cardiac Implants – Pacemaker, ICD & CRT Implants (Dual-chamber and MRI-compatible)

We at Worlds Nic have extensive expertise stretching back many years in implanting devices that help patients with cardiac disorders live a longer, healthier, and more productive life. Some of the devices that our cardiology team routinely works with are as follows.


Pacemakers are devices which provide electrical stimuli which cause cardiac contraction when the body’s normal electrical impulses are low or non-existent. They basically help your heart beat for you.

Implantable Cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD):

An ICD is a device, which is battery-powered. It is implanted under the skin where it tracks the patient’s heart rate. The ICD is connected to the heart via thin wires. If it detects a heart rhythm that is abnormal, the ICD delivers an electric shock to the heart. This restores the normal heartbeat. They have proven to be very valuable in preventing the sudden death of patients with documented dysrhythmias.

Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT) Heart Device:

A CRT device is used for treating severe heart failure and abnormal conditions which could be caused by a number of factors such as heart damage, age, medication, genetics, and so on. It sends small electrical impulses to the two lower chambers of the heart. These impulses help them beat together in a more ‘synchronized’ fashion, hence the name.

A CRT device sends small, undetectable electrical impulses to both lower chambers of the heart to help them beat together in a more synchronized pattern. This improves the heart’s ability to pump blood and oxygen to the body.

We have extensive experience using the latest technology including dual-chamber pacemakers and MRI-compatible devices. These allow greater freedom and higher levels of safety to patients than ever before. The outlook for cardiac patients has never been better and we are happy to extend to our patients the very best interventional care that the field has to offer.


Frequently Asked Questions

Cardiology is a medical facility of internal medicine that usually deals with heart disorders. Congenital heart defects, artery disease, electrophysiology, cardiac failure, and valvular heart disease are among the issues covered, as well as their diagnosis and treatment.
Heart disease and stroke are mostly caused by high BP, high cholesterol levels, high blood sugar levels, smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke, being overweight, eating poorly, and not being active enough.
Most heart conditions are manageable and stabilised with medicine, a good diet, and dietary changes. This can stop the condition from getting worse. There are some kinds of heart disease that can be fixed.
By touching your pulse, your best cardiologist will be able to determine your heart rate and rhythm. Each pulse represents a heartbeat that pumps blood through your veins. Your pulse can be used by your cardiologist to assess the strength of your blood flow and blood pressure in different places of your body.
An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a painless and rapid examination that monitors the electrical signals in your heart. It can help in detecting irregular cardiac rhythms. An ECG can be done while you're resting or while you're working out (stress electrocardiogram).