Phoenix Heart Disease Prevention Program

Phoenix Heart Disease Prevention Program
The Phoenix Institute of CPR and Defibrillation established in 2009, is an International Training Center authorized by the American Heart Association & American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI), to conduct certification courses for Healthcare Professionals including Physicians, Nurses, in imparting skills of Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) use to
treat persons, who have suffered cardiac arrest. We have trained more than 10, 000 people in CPR and Basic First Aid till today.The most common cause of sudden and un-expected death is cardiac arrest. That happens because of slow but incessant progression of the blockage of the coronary arteries of the heart over many years, which however, remains undetected till someone gets a sudden heart attack or cardiac arrest. The progression of this blockage is more in persons who have the following four risk factors.
  • Diabetes,
  • High Blood pressure,
  • High LDL (Low density Lipo-protein) Cholesterol,
  • Smoking
Sudden Cardiac Death and Heart Attack, robs the person of his/her full life potential, robs the family of their bread-earner, robs the children of their parents, and last but not the least, robs the company of their useful and productive employees.The Phoenix Institute till now was just committed to educate healthcare providers on how to treat people who develop cardiac arrest, however the Phoenix Institute, is now going one step forward, in preventing heart disease and possibly cardiac arrest even before it happens.
The Phoenix Institute has formulated a simple, but very effective Heart Disease Prevention Program, by early detection of the risk factors mentioned above, which can then be treated and heart disease prevented.
 Blood Glucose
Measurement of Blood glucose in fasting state, is a simple test to detect
Diabetes. Fasting blood glucose more than 120 mg percent may indicate Diabetes.
 Blood Pressure
Measurement of Blood pressure is a simple easy way detect high blood pressure. Blood
pressure more than 140 mm Hg systolic or more than 90 mm Hg Diastolic is considered
 Lipid Profile
Measurement of both bad Cholesterol ( LDL cholesterol ) and good Cholesterol (HDL
Cholesterol ) in fasting state can help assess risk of future heart disease. People with one
more or risk factors of heart disease, with LDL cholesterol more than 130 mg percent, have
much higher risk of future heart disease. However, treating high LDL cholesterol is currently a
very effective way to prevent future heart disease.
 An Electrocardiogram
An electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG) is a test that checks for problems with the electrical activity of your heart. An EKG shows the heart's electricalactivity as line tracings on paper. The spikes and dips in the tracings are called waves. The heart is a muscular pump made up of four chambers. While a normal ECG may not mean absence of heart disease, but an abnormal ECG, can also help detect heart disease.
After these tests are done, those employees interested to know about the significance of the findings of the tests, will get a chance to discuss with our physician over telephone free of cost. However, that discussion should not be considered as specific recommendations for treatment. Any employee desiring follow up treatment by our organization, will be able to consult with our physician in person in our clinic as well as on SKYPE or through Video Conferencing. 
For your convenience, the tests will be done at your premises.
For any other clarification please feel free to contact our Heart Disease Prevention Program team representative, Ms Renu Pathrawal at 011-46591709 or