Insight Cardiac Services operated by Ojus Health Pty Ltd aims to provide bulk billed and highest quality cardiac services to patients of Northern Melbourne. We are a team of well qualified, accredited cardiologist, cardiac sonographers, cardiac technicians and allied health staff. We use high quality machines to provide the best quality services to the referring practitioners. We deal with every patient with utmost care and provide quality and dedicated services with kindness.
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A transthoracic echocardiogram (TTE) or Echo is an ultrasound scan of heart done by a cardiac specialist sonographer. Sound waves from heart are collected to do assessment of heart size and function, heart chambers, heart valves , vessels surrounding heart and other structures of heart.
Our Cardiology Services :
A comprehensive evaluation of your heart health by a cardiac (heart) specialist. A cardiac specialist consultation is usually requested by your general practitioner (GP) or another specialist or a surgeon where he or she wishes to have a heart specialist expertise to evaluate your heart.Our cardiologists believes in making sure patients are heard, and their concerns addressed, so that they feel empowered in the management of their cardiovascular health.
In stress test or stress echocardiogram, patient is
connected to a heart monitor and a treadmill exercise
stress test is performed with an ultrasound
(echocardiography) of the heart before and after exercise. The test is always performed in the presence of a qualified and registered cardiologist.
Stress test evaluate your heart performance during exercise.
Please refer to patient information sheet if you are looking to book in a stress test at Insight Cardiac Services.
Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) involves measuring your blood pressure (BP) at regular intervals (usually every 15–30 minutes) over a 24 hour period while patients undergo normal daily activities, including sleep.
A Holter monitor is a small, wearable device that records your heart rhythm. You usually wear a Holter monitor for 12-24 hours. A Holter monitor test is performed after a traditional test if your electrocardiogram (ECG) hasn't provided your doctor with enough information on your heart. Your GP may also order a Holter monitor if you have a heart condition that increases your risk of an abnormal heart rhythm such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
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