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About Our Cardiology Clinic

Our private Consultant Cardiologists operate in state of the art facilities, use the latest and most up to date diagnostic tools to diagnose diseases of the heart muscle and of the heart rhythm. They can also perform a wide range of cardiovascular screenings and invasive procedures if necessary. You can usually have all your tests results within 24 hours.

Our screening service is very important to detect issues with your heart at a very early stage. If tests are performed and they are abnormal and show that you are at risk of having a heart attack or you had a previous heart attack, then you may need a coronary angiography to rule out a blockage in your coronary artery.

Our Cardiac Tests

Our specialist cardiologists at the Harley Street International Polyclinic are purely focused on providing optimal results, shorter and more comfortable hospital stays, as well as faster recovery times.

Electrocardiogram (ECG)

An ECG records the heart electrical signals and can help your doctor detect irregularities in your heart rhythm and structure.

Holter Monitoring

Holter monitoring is used to detect heart rhythm irregularities that aren’t found during a regular ECG exam.

Stress Test

This test involves raising your heart rate with exercise or medicine while performing heart tests and imaging to check how your heart responds.


This non-invasive exam includes an ultrasound of your chest that shows detailed images of your heart structure and function.

CT Scan

A Cardiac Computerised Tomography Scan (CT scan) is when an X-ray tube inside the machine rotates around your body and collects images of your heart and chest.

Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

For this test, you lie on a table inside a machine that produces a magnetic field. The magnetic field produces pictures to help your doctor evaluate your heart.

Coronary Angiogram

In this test, a short tube (sheath) is inserted into an artery in your leg (groin) or arm. A hollow, flexible and longer tube (guide catheter) is then inserted into the sheath. Aided by X-ray images on a monitor, your doctor threads the guide catheter through that artery until it reaches your heart. The pressures in your heart chambers can be measured, and dye can be injected. The dye can be seen on an X-ray, which helps your doctor see the blood flow through your heart, blood vessels and valves to check for abnormalities.

Specialist Cardiologists

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Dr Francesco Lo Monaco - Cardiologist in London

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