Rhythm Disorders in the Heart

Restoring a Healthy Rhythm: The Path to Treating Heart Disorders

As a cardiologist working at Medicana Health Group, I want to draw attention to rhythm abnormalities in the heart, a frequent problem impacting many of our patients. These diseases, which are often referred to as arrhythmias, can result in symptoms that range from minor annoyance to life-threatening situations. For an early diagnosis and effective treatment, comprehending these illnesses' symptoms and indicators is crucial.

Heart Rhythm Disorders: Recognizing the Symptoms and Signs

Palpitations are sensations of a hammering, fluttering, or fast heartbeat that can be felt in the chest, throat, or neck.

• Shortness of breath: A rapid or erratic heartbeat makes it challenging for the heart to pump enough oxygen-rich blood to the body, which can lead to this condition.
• Chest pain: Arrhythmias can occasionally produce chest pain or discomfort because the heart is not beating correctly.
• Lightheadedness or dizziness: These signs and symptoms can appear if the heart is not supplying the brain with enough blood.
• Fainting: Reducing blood supply to the brain may cause this condition.
• Fatigue: This can happen if the heart is not working correctly, which lowers energy levels.

Heart Rhythm Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment Diagnosis


The first step in treating a cardiac rhythm issue is to diagnose it. Your doctor may perform a physical examination and inquire about your medical history to detect a rhythm issue. An electrocardiogram (ECG), Holter monitor, ambulatory ECG, event recorder, or echocardiography are a few more diagnostic procedures that could be used. These tests can help your doctor decide the best course of treatment by identifying the type and severity of your cardiac rhythm condition.


Depending on the nature and severity of the problem, many treatments are available for heart rhythm issues. The most frequent form of treatment is medication, which can include beta-blockers, calcium channel blockers, or anti-arrhythmic medications. In more severe situations, procedures like a pacemaker, implanted cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) implantation, or catheter ablation may be required.

Why Choose Medicana Health Group for Rhythm Disorder Treatment?

Our team of skilled cardiologists at Medicana Health Group is committed to giving our patients the best possible care. We stand out as a pioneer in cardiovascular treatment because of our dedication to utilizing the most advanced tools and methods and our caring and patient-centered philosophy.

Choosing Medicana Health Group as your cardiac rhythm issue treatment center in Turkey as an international patient, traveler, or expat guarantees you will receive excellent care in a friendly and encouraging setting. Our team is committed to providing you with the finest outcome possible and will work closely with you at every stage to ensure your comfort and pleasure. Please contact us if you would like more details on cardiac rhythm problems and the treatments offered at Medicana Health Group. Our team can be reached by phone or email at +90 850 4601010 or [email protected].

We look forward to assisting you in regaining cardiac health.

Created at 11.10.2023 06:19
Updated at 05.04.2024 06:49
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