Women's Heart Care

Women's Heart Care Shanghai

Women's Heart Care Program champions a comprehensive, personalized approach to preventing, treating, and even reversing cardiovascular disease. With access to the highest standard of cardiovascular diagnostics, lifesaving therapies and groundbreaking technologies, every patient experiences an unmatched level of specialty care.

The Heart of the Matter

As women, we tend to overestimate our risk for cancer and underestimate our risk for heart disease, yet the numbers tell a different story. Cardiovascular disease -- not cancer -- is the number-one killer of women in the United States.

The risk of dying from a heart attack, stroke or other forms of cardiovascular disease is greater than one in two. More women than men die of cardiovascular disease every year.

We believe that women should be keenly aware of their risk for cardiovascular disease. In addition, cardiovascular disease isn't a condition you can tackle on your own. Women's Heart and Wellness is an exciting new addition to the wealth of specialized services and personalized care that you have come to expect from us.

Personalized, Comprehensive Care

Our unique approach ensures a continuum of care specific to women's needs by offering a scope of services which extends beyond traditional cardiovascular care. Our multidisciplinary team of healthcare providers works closely with each patient to develop an individualized wellness plan that addresses several aspects of women's health such as nutrition and physical fitness, stress and related disorders, diabetes, vein disorders, osteoporosis, hormone imbalances, and several other conditions which impact a woman's quality of life.

Sex Hormones

Sex hormones appear to play a role in heart disease. Among women younger than 40, heart disease is rare. But between the ages 40 and 65, around the time when most women go through menopause, the chances that a woman will have a heart attack greatly increase. From 65 onward, women make up about half of all heart attack victims.

Potential Population

Family history of premature heart disease

Cigarette smoking

High blood pressure

High cholesterol

Obesity

Diabetes

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