Neuberg Diagnostics hosts World Heart Day campaign in Chennai


As part of the campaign, 50 cyclists started cycling from the Chennai Press Club and took part in the event ending at Neuberg Diagnostics, Royapettah Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India (NewsView) On the sidelines of World Health Day heart, Neuberg Diagnostics, the fourth chain of diagnostic laboratories, had organized the “Global Heart Campaign” to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease (CVD). Through the campaign, Neuberg aimed to encourage everyone to learn about the main risk factors for CVD, what to do to fight, prevent and control them, and how to take care of loved ones. Dr AB Gopalamurugan, Senior Interventional Cardiology Consultant and Electrophysiologist, HeartTeam India, who ended cycling today, said: “Cardiovascular disease is still the leading cause of death worldwide every year. A constant collaborative effort is needed to raise awareness of CVD. Through our campaign, we want people to know that they should adopt a healthy lifestyle and avoid excessive consumption of tobacco and alcohol. In addition, they should visit nearby primary health care facilities on a regular basis to check for cardiac risks and, if there are complications, what lifestyle changes they should make. Dr Saranya Narayan, Technical Director of Neuberg Diagnostics, said: “Over the past year, we have performed over 27,000 lipid profile tests. About 25% of people showed abnormal values ​​that stretch across the age ranges from their late twenties to their mid sixties. This is quite worrying because it is a major risk factor for ischemic heart disease. For this and other similar reasons, at Neuberg we are committed to continuing to do our part to raise awareness of issues related to health and wellness. Ms. Aishwarya Vasudevan, COO, Neuberg Diagnostics, said: “We would like to call on everyone to stay informed about heart risks. The basics like a healthy diet, regular exercise, lifestyle modification, stress management, a minimum of 8 hours of sleep, and regular check-ups and screenings are essential in reducing heart problems. ” Image: Dr. AB Gopalamurgan, Dr Saranya Narayan and Ms Aishwarya Vasudevan while reporting the World Heart Ride at the Chennai Press Club PWR PWR

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