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Meeting Us

Meeting Us

Cardioprolipsis Our Team


Modern cardiac services

Complete quality health care for children and adults


Over 1500 Stress Echo in the last three years

Urgent cardiac events without waiting

Specialized pregnancy support team


Distant on-line medical follow-up by the doctor


Special nutrition department

Cardiovascular prevention programs

Pre-athletic control

Friendly environment for children


Our office is not a simple cardiology clinic…


Our versatile cardiology clinic is a modern cardiology unit providing high quality medical services.

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  • Our versatile cardiology clinic, among other things, offers a wide range of high quality medical services:
  • Ultrasound (Triplex of heart, aorta, Contrast Echo, etc.)
  • Charging Tests - Ischemia Test (Stress - Exercise Echo)
  • 24h & 48h Holter, Blood Pressure Holter, Sleep Holter and Night Oximetry
  • Holter 5: 1 (rhythm-pressure-oximetry-sleep-arterial hardness)
  • Τηλεϊατρικές υπηρεσίες (Τηλεκαρδιογράφος, Τηλεπιεσόμετρα κά)<
  • Special measuring devices - Measurement of tibial index, Basic metabolism, Physical activity meters, etc.)
  • Special services (Control of pacemakers, Pre-athletic testing, Cardiac Genetics, etc.)


We provide you with unique, specialized services that require certified training and modern special equipment.

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In addition to the classic cardiological examinations, our clinic offers you some advanced specialized services, with the most perfect and modern machines of the latest generation. Our doctor, Mr. Vahliotis Vassilios, has many years of experience and specialization in performing dynamic echocardiograms. In our office more than 3000 stress - contrast - exercise echo have been performed.

Stress – Exercise echo
Contrast echo
Cardiac monitoring of pregnancy


Four (4) Special Departments provide modern cardiology services in a wide range of modern human needs.

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  • Nutrition Department
  • Department of Telemedicine
  • Home care department
  • Department of Cardiac Rehabilitation


Call us directly at 211-0102558 & 211-0136676. We deal safely with any emergency. We will serve you immediately.

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Call us directly at 211-0102558, 211-0136676. Our clinic provides complete safety with the support of defibrillator and monitor continuous cardiological ECG and pacemaker support while our pharmacy includes a wide range of medications, with intubation support and oxygen therapy, ensuring the safe treatment of emergencies.

Welcome to our doctor
Welcome to Cardioprolipsis

Mr. Vahliotis' versatile cardiology clinic is a modern cardiology unit providing high quality medical services.

Our distinctive name Cardioprolipsis reflects the provision of wider medical prevention and healthcare support services, in line with the individualized choice of the appropriate lifestyle, diet and exercise.

Our staff consists of experienced executives with a high level of training in the treatment of heart attacks. A well-organized team of nurses, physiotherapists, dieticians and psychologists guarantees your best service while the presence of other specialized doctors in the building of the MEDICAL YEAR guarantees the immediate and complete support of the patient.

Our cooperation with the largest private and public hospitals ensures the patient a quick and safe solution to his problem.

Ioannou Foka 40, Athens 111 42


211-0102558 | 211-0136676


Telemedicine Monitoring, Obesity, Family Health, Risk Factors



The biography of the cardiologist Mr. Vahliotis Vassilios

Βασίλης Βαχλιώτης
Cardiologist Mr. Vassilios Vahliotis was admitted 1st in Medicine at the University of Patras, from where he graduated in 1997. He specialized in General Pathology at the ...
Specialization in Ultrasound Cardiography
Specialization in Ultrasound Cardiography
Stress - Contrast - Exercise Echo
Stress - Contrast - Exercise Echo

Prevention is the best cure

"It's better to prevent than cure"


Food is your medicine and your medicine is your food


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Valid, scientific and consultative articles

Myocardial infarction occurs when a branch of the coronary arteries of the heart is completely blocked resulting in abrupt cessation of blood circulation and threatened necrosis of the corresponding part of the heart. Usually the blockage of the artery is caused by a thrombus (blood clot), which suddenly forms on an atherosclerotic plaque and completely blocks the lumen. The latter is part of the atherosclerosis, a long-term process of lipid accumulation and other components in the arterial wall that results in gradual narrowing of the vessel. Myocardial infarction in the anterior wall of the heart is the result of obstruction of the largest branch of the left coronary artery. Because this heart attack is often extensive, the predominant symptom is heart failure and hypotension. Myocardial infarction in the lower wall of the heart occurs when there is a narrowing of the right coronary artery. Damage occurs in the lower part of the heart. Dysfunction of this area is often the cause of arrhythmias. A myocardial infarction in the lateral-posterior wall of the heart is caused by a blockage of the left distal artery. Then there is damage to the lateral-posterior wall of the heart.The parts of the heart mentioned above play an important role in the flow of blood from the heart to the rest of the body. When there is damage, the amount of blood sent to the rest of the body is reduced.
Pre-athletic control has the primary goal of preventing sudden death during intense physical exercise. The purpose of pre-athletic screening is also to diagnose pathological conditions that do not preclude complete or limited sports activity, but require special precautions and monitoring. The audit is aimed at athletes of all ages (adults, children, the elderly) enrolled in gyms and sports clubs, private schools, etc.) with the main purpose of ensuring athletes, meeting the responsibility of club owners and presidencies and their smooth operation. sports venues. Cardiovascular screening should not be considered a routine test. Careful history (family and individual), electrocardiogram, and complete clinical examination with echocardiography are required. Where there is evidence of possible heart disease, testing should be completed with a fatigue test and Holter recording. Echocardiography contributes significantly to prenatal screening in people of all ages, providing accurate anatomical information and diagnosing most of the conditions that may lead to rare but tragic sudden death in sports. From the above it is clear that the cardiological examination of athletes and people of all ages who are going to exercise is a very serious matter, especially since they are subject to legal liability, and in no case, of course, and without any excuse should not be given certificates without examination.
  Because the new techniques of cardiac ultrasound, such as stress echo etc are a window for the future ... We now have the illusion that we can handle anything. Today, it is considered absurd to lose an unjust patient because he was not treated and diagnosed correctly. We see more and more patients with serious problems with coronary heart disease and heart failure survive for more years ... Between serious and funny, cardiologists say to each other that we are the main cause of the country's insurance problem since the development of cardiology increased average survival. There has been a lot of talk lately about the so-called "New Techniques of Cardiac Ultrasound". As you may have heard, these are promising technological advances in ultrasound imaging of the heart, the application of which has changed the way we think about the modern diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. New techniques include dynamic ultrasound or stess echo, tissue Doppler, transesophageal echocardiography, myocardial deformity, and contrast echocardiography. Ultrasound is a machine that many of you will have tested, which uses ultrasound to visualize the moving heart and its structures with clarity and detail, without bloody surgery or radioactivity. With the classic ultrasound until today, we could see the functionality of the heart, that is, whether someone has Heart Failure. We could also look at the structural abnormalities of the heart, the valves and study the speed of the blood. What we could not diagnose was the possibility of a hidden coronary heart disease. Coronary artery disease is caused by atherosclerotic plaques that develop in the blood's arterial network, called the coronary artery, and includes all the blood vessels in the heart's own walls. If a stenosis develops in a coronary artery, then the blood will be difficult to pass easily, so we say that ischemic conditions are created, that is, because the blood does not pass at the same rate in the sections after stenosis. they do not bleed properly and this produces various electromechanical changes, which we try to detect early to diagnose coronary heart disease in time. Until now, we have been trying to do this with the Fatigue Test, the well-known Fatigue Test. In other words, we submitted the examinee to an exercise, increasing the heart rate and monitoring his electrocardiogram. If ischemia developed, that is, there was a stenosis in a vessel of the heart, then the electrocardiogram of the subject would produce ischemic lesions with which we were able to diagnose coronary heart disease early. But what we saw over time was that the Fatigue Test was only useful in about 67% of patients. In other words, there was a large percentage of patients, about 30-35% with hidden ischemia, who could have a problem and not be seen in the Fatigue Test and thus lose these patients, even though we had closely monitored them. Our efforts to diagnose coronary heart disease faster and more effectively have brought to the forefront a number of efforts and studies using alternative methods to demonstrate earlier ECG changes caused by ischemia. Thus, Scintigraphy, MRI and in recent years Dynamic Ultrasound or Stress Echo have been developed. With dynamic ultrasound, instead of electrocardiographic changes, we try to identify mobility deficits. In other words, we monitor the movement of the walls of the heart during the induction of special stress by increasing the frequency, ie the heart rate, as if we were doing an exercise. How is this done? By giving a small amount of a special medicine, we make the heart work faster, so that we can create a little stress in the heart and increase its oxygen needs, that is, more blood is required to bleed. If there is a stenosis in an artery and the blood does not flow well from there, then there will be a problem in the movement of this part of the heart, which we will see in the ultrasound, as a result of which we will diagnose Coronary heart disease early, without waiting or having the doubt whether or not the ECG of the examinee will change. It has therefore been found that with this method we can safely diagnose up to 90% of patients with coronary heart disease. Significant advantages of the method also include the lack of need for radioactive materials, such as scintigraphy, the need for a closed chamber, as with the magnet (it has been found that 30% of patients cannot undergo MRI due to claustrophobic feeling), speed and low cost of the method. Of course, this does not mean that other methods of assessment are less useful since dynamic ultrasound has disadvantages such as the difficulty of assessment in some, mainly overweight patients, but also the subjective assessment of results, but that in our arsenal there is now another strong and reliable method of early diagnosis of coronary heart disease. Your doctor will determine exactly which method is right for you and how to take advantage of it. Other applications of modern ultrasound are tissue Doppler, which better studies tissue movement, strain and strain rate, which studies myocardial deformity and myocardial movement, contrast contrast echocardiography with which we can use contrast media. to better visualize the inside of the heart cavities and the esophageal ultrasound, which using a tube that looks like a gastroscope gives us clear images of various diseases through the esophagus where the most careful assessment is needed to make decisions that may or may not be made. lead to heart surgery. It should be noted here, however, that the new techniques can only be performed by specialized cardiologists, who have been trained in specialization centers. The current decade, joking in the world of cardiologists has been called the decade of imaging. Now a new window has opened on the most timely and modern diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. Many of what we achieved today were once summer night dreams. It is certain that the future is bright. Let's hope that in this new era we will enter morally shielded, facing the new challenges with prudence and balance, so that those of us who practice medicine can be really useful to our fellow human beings.