Interventional cardiology

Akfa Medline University Hospital

Interventional cardiology

Components of success: interventional cardiology at AKFA Medline University Hospital

Innovative techniques introduced by cardiologists at the AKFA Medline clinic – in just a year of use – helped save and improve the quality of life for more than 1,500 patients with cardiovascular diseases, including children with congenital heart defects.

Main advantages of treatment:

A thorough diagnosis is carried out, taking into account all the individual characteristics of the patients:
Coronary angiography;
Diagnostics of peripheral vessels.
The department has assembled a team of experienced doctors: cardiologists and angiographers, including a visiting specialist from India, who are constantly undergoing training and have experience working in leading clinics in Europe and the USA, which are essentially leaders in their field.
Consultation with an interventional cardiologist;
Consultation with an electrophysiologist-arrhythmologist;
Consultation with an anesthesiologist-resuscitator.
The center performs exclusive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures using the latest generation SIEMENS angiographic unit:
Coronary angiography;
Angiography of carotid and peripheral vessels;
Stenting of vessels of the heart, brain, vessels of the upper and lower extremities;
Diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart defects.


Our patients have access to all innovations in the field of interventional cardiology:
Minimally invasive interventions that are minimally traumatic and safe for the health of children and adults are performed.
The angiographic operating room is well equipped with all the necessary and most modern medical equipment.

Rest assured – a team of true professionals is fighting for your life, who will be with you at all stages of the path to health, healing and pain relief.



“Our daughter is saved! At two years old, she is just a bundle of energy. People still can’t believe that we had serious heart problems, because she didn’t even have a scar from the operation.”