Heart diseases are among the most common health problems of modern man. Heart problems can occur from birth (congenital heart defects and rhythm disorders), but also at any age in the case of acquired diseases. Heart examinations are also performed on healthy people as part of systematic preventive examinations on people of all ages, on athletes, pregnant women, in preparation for major surgical intervention, etc.

Subspecialty examinations/services


An electrocardiographic examination analyzes the electrical activity of the heart. It is one of the indispensable parts of the cardiology examination. It is especially important in the diagnosis of heart rhythm disorders.

Echocardiographic examination

Ultrasound examination of the heart is today one of the most informative and precise non-invasive diagnostic methods in cardiology. It provides information about the appearance, size and function of the heart. Data on blood flow through the heart and large blood vessels, with a color representation of the way and speed of blood movement, are especially valuable. Numerous new techniques have been developed that provide the cardiologist with a large amount of valuable information crucial for quick and accurate diagnosis.

Syncopal test

It is a test used in diagnosing the cause of crises of consciousness. This test examines the function of the neuro-vegetative system. After resting on the monitor for 30 minutes, the patient stands still (with continued monitoring). Vital parameters are monitored: ECG, arterial pressure, oxygen saturation. It is done in the morning, the patient must be hungry and not take liquids before coming to the test. It lasts about 1 hour.

PRICE 15,000
Fetal echocardiographic examination

Prenatal ultrasound examination of the heart (fetal echocardiographic examination) is performed for the purpose of prenatal diagnosis of congenital heart anomalies, rhythm disorders and other diseases. Inspection can be done from 16. gestational weeks. The examination is performed by a specially trained pediatric cardiologist. The examination is indicated for pregnant women with high-risk pregnancies and pregnant women in whom the gynecologist suspects fetal heart disease.

Review of contrast echocardiography - Prof. Dr. Ida Jovanović

Contrast echocardiography is a supplementary echocardiographic technique used to obtain specific information about certain diseases. It is most often used in the diagnosis of small communications in the heart and for better visualization of the left ventricle in case of heart failure. It is carried out by injecting "contrast" into the patient's vein during the ultrasound examination, which can be an ordinary infusion liquid prepared in a special way or a factory-prepared liquid with microbubbles of air.

PRICE RSD 15,000
Cardiological examination with ECG and ultrasound of the heart - Prof. Dr. Ida Jovanović
PRICE RSD 15,000
Fetal echocardiography - Prof. Dr. Ida Jovanović
PRICE RSD 12,000