We are medical group dedicated to the research, prevention, diagnosis and rehabilitation of cardiovascular diseases. We rely on cutting-edge technology and our highly trained staff is ready to provide the highest quality of care for you and your loved ones.
You are probably seeking a second opinion because you want to make the best decision regarding your health. Perhaps you already have a diagnosis and previous studies, if you are unsure of what you need, no need to worry, our staff will guide you through the process and order new studies if needed.
We aim to provide the best cardiology care to you and your loved ones. We will evaluate all important variables of each individual and design detailed plan of diagnosis, treatment, and care. We strictly follow international cardiovascular medical guidelines, and we have a vast group of specialist that work side by side with your cardiologist to provide the most comprehensive care possible.
Our service is aimed at offering a complete plan that includes from diagnosis to treatment, taking into account each individual patient, based on international cardiovascular health guidelines. We provide support to your treating physician.
All our cardiologists are board certified, some are also sub-specialized in echocardiography, interventional cardiology, cardiac rehabilitation and cardiovascular surgery. All our physicians have vast clinical experience and maintain all trainings and certifications up to date.
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Dr. Lorenzo Arce is certified and recertified by the Mexican Council of Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology, he has recently obtained his recertification 2016 to 2021 as interventional and clinical cardiologist. He is constantly training and updating his knowledge base to provide the best care to his patients and to help them lead more fulfilling lives. He is director of the Cardiovascular Prevention Program and founder of the Interventional Cardiology Program in Tijuana. He has served as associate professor of Cardiology at the Autonomous University of Baja California and Xochicalco University. He is chief of Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology at the Hospital Regional No.1 of the IMSS and Founder of the Instituto Cardiovascular de Tijuana.
Ischemic heart disease is caused by a decrease in the blood supply to a specific area of the heart secondary to an artery becoming blocked. Arterial obstruction can occur gradually or it can be acute, sudden, abrupt, in the first case (gradual obstruction) it is clinically manifested by chest pain that occurs with effort and improves with rest of approximately 20min.
In the acute setting, the obstruction is abrupt, acute or sudden, it manifests with chest pain while at rest, it only increases in severity and does not improve with rest or with medicine and it usually persist for more 30 minutes, it is accompanied by paleness, nausea, cold sweating and feeling scared.
Atrial Fibrillation (AF) is a condition that has to do with the rhythm of the heartbeat, this is the most common type of arrhythmia and is due to a problem in the electrical system of the heart.