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    Dr. Salwa Elkholy

    Specialist Cardiologist

    Dr. Salwa Elkholy is a leading Cardiologist Specialist with extensive 23 years of experience in non-invasive cardiology and clinical cardiology. She works across all aspects of cardiology and has special interests in Coronary, Valvular, and Rheumatic heart diseases, hyperlipidemia, heart failure (systolic and diastolic), and cardiac arrhythmias in addition to investigating and treating hypertension, chest diseases, pregnant women, and patients with diabetes for heart-diseases.

    Dr. Elkholy graduated from Cairo University of Cairo and went on to complete her MSc in cardiovascular diseases from the same University. She received her Postgraduate degree from the Middlesex University in London, UK. She served as a Specialist in Cardiology at various renowned hospitals in Dubai before joining American Hospital Dubai.

    Fluent in: English & Arabic

    Nationality: Egyptian

    Training / Field of Medicine: Specialist Cardiology, Aviation Medical Specialist


    Master Degree in Cardiovascular Medicine

    DiP Card london_UK

    Professional Organizations / Membership:

    • European Society of Cardiology
    • Emirates Society of Cardiology

    Clinical Expertise:

    All non-invasive cardiovascular procedures including ECG, echocardiography, doppler, TMT, Holter rhythm monitoring, and ambulatory BP monitoring
    Treatment of chronic cardiovascular disease (Dyslipidemia-Type 2 Diabetes)
    Hypertension and chest disease – peripheral vascular disease
    Coronary artery disease
    Valvular heart disease
    Rheumatic heart disease
    Heart failure (systolic and diastolic)
    Cardiac arrhythmias
    Assessing diabetic patients for heart disease
    Cardiac Surgery follow-up care
    Cardiovascular prevention
    Interdisciplinary care of patients with risk factors for heart disease
    Pregnancy and chronic disease (such as diabetes)