From our central location in the heart of Dubai, Valiant Clinic & Hospital’s Cardiology Department is focused on leveraging the latest advances in modern medical research and technology to improve the health of the heart. This page has a detailed overview of the services and procedures related to Cardiology that we have to offer.


According the American CDC, heart disease is one of the leading medical issues across all racial and ethnic groups, and at Valiant Clinic & Hospital we are focused on applying the latest techniques in interventional cardiology to help address and treat heart disease in our patients. Our hospital and team of doctors, including every specialist, are dedicated to treating each one of our patients as a unique case, applying all of the diagnostic technology and experience to develop a treatment plan that achieves the best result.


Our Cardiology Centre of Excellence is dedicated to promoting cardiovascular health at every level of our local community.

Our handpicked team of expert doctors and surgeons have decades of collective experience between them and are western board-certified professionals who have experienced a wide range of patients presenting the whole spectrum of cardiovascular and cardiological diseases, disorders and other issues.


Our specialist cardiology team use the latest in medical technology to help in their diagnosis, our clinical suite includes the Philips Azurion C12, which features an advanced 12″ flat detector that provides high resolution imaging over a large field of view.

The Azurion C12 is a high performance ceiling-mounted image guided therapy solution that provides best-in-class imaging technology. Coupled with Philip’s revolutionary IntraSight applications platform, we are able to offer the full spectrum of cardiology diagnosis.

This technology allows us to visualize the aortic valve in the heart, along with the aortic arch and coronary tree, giving our experts the best possible picture of each patient’s cardiological health and allowing them to provide the highest standard of care using state of the art facilities.

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Optimal decision making is not possible without information, the Carto 3 system is advanced imaging medical technology that takes advantage of the latest developments in electromagnetic technology to build real-time three-dimensional (3D) maps of a patient’s cardiac structures.

The system is designed to help electrophysiologists navigate the heart by generating an accurate 3D map, and with this information we are able to build the most accurate picture of the heart’s health, the most accurate diagnosis and the best options for treatment of any issues that may be uncovered.

The range of services offered at our facility for cardiovascular patients are:

Problems With Your Arteries (Peripheral Artery Disease, Subclavian Artery Disease, Renal Artery Disease, Coronary Artery Disease)

One of the most common issues that we come across when it comes to arteries is the build of fatty deposits which restricts blood flow. This can have various negative effects depending on the artery impacted, when occurring in the artery carrying blood to the leg muscles it is known as peripheral arterial disease or peripheral vascular disease, or if it is the renal arteries (carrying blood to the kidneys) it is known as renal artery disease. Risk factors with these kind of diseases include hypertension, lifestyle factors such as smoking, stress, obesity, lack of exercise, excessive alcohol consumption and poor diet. Coronary artery disease also has a heritability risk factor, with research indicating that genetics influences the risk factor by significantly.

  • Arrhythmia

    Arrhythmia refers to heart rythm problems, and are experienced by a large number of people each year. There main types of arrhythmia are atrial fibrillation, supraventricular tachycardia, bradycardia, heart block and ventricular fibrillation.

  • Atherosclerosis

    Aherosclerosis refers to a thickening or hardening of the arteries that occurs when plaque starts to build up in the inner lining of an artery.

  • Angina (Chest Pain)

    Angina is chest pain that is due to the reduction of blood flow to the heart muscles. Usually, this condition is not life threatening but can be a warning sign of increased risk of stroke or heart attack.

  • Blood Clots

    Blood clots, also known as thrombus, are the final step in the coagulation process that is part of hemostasis. Sometimes blood clots form when not needed and this can increase the risk of heart attacks, strokes or other serious medical problems.

  • Cardiogenic Shock

    Cardiogenic shock is a medical condition which refers to a situation in which the heart suddenly finds that it cannot pump enough blood to meet the body's requirements.

  • Cardiomyopathy

    Cardiomyopathy refers to a disease of the heart muscle which inhibits the hearts ability to pump blood to the rest of the body.

  • Congenital Heart Conditions

    Congenital heart conditions are a range of birth defects in the structure of the heart that affect the normal operation of the heart. Some of these conditions are more common than others and the most frequently occurring include pulmonary stenosis and coarctation of the aorta.

  • Endocarditis

    Endocarditis refers to the inflammation of the inner lining of the heart's chambers and valves, often caused by an infection, this condition is considered a life threatening heart disease.

  • High Blood Pressure

    Hypertension or high blood pressure is a condition in which the pressure in the body's blood vessels is unusually high, if left untreated this can be a very serious issue. Often, hypertension is caused by lifestyle factors such as being overweight, smoking or having an unhealthy diet.

  • High Cholesterol

    Cholesterol is a fatty substance that is found in the blood, having too much of this fatty substance can impede or even block blood flow in various parts of the body.

  • Heart Abnormalities

    There are a range of heart defects that fall under the category of heart abnormality, one of the most common types is a ventricular septal defect.

  • Heart Valve Disease

    Heart valves can suffer from a variety of issues, stenosis is when the valve narrows or stiffens to the point where it does not left enough blood flow past, regurgitation or leakage is another common issue which occurs when the valve cannot close properly.

  • Heart Failure

    Heart failure refers to a condition in which the heart is simply unable to pump blood around the body in a healthy manner, usually because the heart muscle has become too weak or stiff.

  • Heart Attack

    A myocardial infarction or heart attack is considered a very serious medical emergency where blood supply to the heart is suddenly blocked and requires immediate treatment.

  • Myocarditis

    Myocarditis refers to the inflammation of the heart muscle or myocardium. Inflammation in such an important muscle in the human body can cause reduced blood flow as it impairs the heart's ability to pump blood, one of the common causes of myocarditis is viral infection.

  • Aortal Problems (Aneurysm, Stenosis)

    The aorta is the main artery from the heart to the stomach, an aortic aneurysm refers to a condition in which a bulge forms in the wall of the aorta.Other problems with the aorta can include aortic valve stenosis or aortic stenosis which is a type of valvular heart disease in which the valve between the lower left chamber of the heart and the aorta does not open fully

  • Stroke

    A stroke is also known as a brain attack and happens when a part of the brain experiences a rapid partial or total loss of blood supply.

  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest

    Sudden cardiac arrest refers to the rapidly occurring loss of functionality in the heart and often causes issues with breathing and loss of consciousness, usually caused by starvation of oxygen due to the lack of blood flow.


A member of our team will reach out to you & quickly get you booked in for an appointment with the most relevant member of our cardiology team.



    We work with leading medical insurance providers in the country, if you have any questions or queries just give us a call on 8008254268.


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