The Harley Street Clinic's Cardiac Diagnostic Centre at 88 Harley Street is the centre of choice and diagnostic gateway for London's top consultant cardiologists.
Patients receive close attention in the comfort of this purpose-designed facility - Harley Street's only internationally recognised Cardiac Centre of Excellence.
Tel: 0808 1 4 43278 (0808 1 4 HEART)
Calls charged at just 2p per minute from BT Landline.
Rates may vary for other providers.
Overseas: 00 44 (0)20 7034 8713
- Echocardiography and Carotid Doppler
- Stress Echocardiography
- Foetal Cardiography
- Pacemaker and ICD Checking Service
- Cardio Memo
- Ambulatory Electrocardiography (24hr/48hr/72hr/7d)
- Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring
- Tilt Testing
- Stress Exercise Testing
- Thallium Scanning
- Cardiac Prevention & Rehabilitation/Follow Up
- Diagnostic Cardiac Imaging
Echocardiography with spectral and colour doppler
Echocardiography with spectral and colour doppler are the non-invasive investigations of choice for valve lesions, heart muscle disorders (including hypertension and heart failure) and congenital heart disease. All studies are performed and reported personally by consultant staff and immediate reports provided if required. Studies are retained on videotape and measurement data stored on a computer database to provide comparisons.
Ambulatory Electrocardiography is the diagnosis and management of arrhythmias and their response to drug treatment. The patient is fitted with a Holter monitor. The quality of the recording is checked before the patient leaves. The entire 24 hour tape is then analysed and, if required, can be reported by a Cardiologist.
24 hour tape analysis service
24 hour tape analysis service is analysed by an experienced technician and reported by a Cardiologist within 24 hours.
Cardiomemo is for patients with intermittent abnormal heart beats, pain or palpitations. The cardiomemo allows the ECG to be recorded whenever symptoms occur. The cardiomemo is kept by the patient for a period of one week and 30 second ECG recordings of the cardiac events are sent via the telephone to the Clinic for analysis. All information is interpreted by a Cardiologist and immediate reports provided.
Exercise Electrocardiography is a test with a wide variety of applications. It is particularly useful in the diagnosis and assessment of coronary artery disease both symptomatic and asymptomatic. The investigation is carried out by technical staff and a doctor permanently in attendance. Both the electrocardiograph and blood pressure changes are monitored throughout the test and results provided within 24 hours.