Key Covid-19 advice
Our OneWelbeck Heart Health consultants have collated the most essential advice and tips for managing the Covid-19 virus. Click the link below to find out more.
Advice from Dr Charlotte Manisty
When we sat down with Dr Manisty, Consultant Cardiologist at OneWelbeck Heart Health, she made the important point that Covid-19 can precipitate underlying heart conditions that a patient was previously unaware of. Watch the video below to learn more about this and other effects of Long-Covid.
Long-Covid and Autonomic Dysfunction
Autonomic Dysfunction is a condition in which the autonomic nervous system (ANS) does not work properly. Where the ANS controls all of the automatic functions in your body, such as breathing, your heart rate, or sweating, when there is a dysfunction it can have multiple effects on an individual.
Dr Boon Lim has carried out extensive research into the link between Covid-19 and Autonomic Dysfunction – watch the videos below to find out more, and learn his top tips on how to manage symptoms.
Understanding Autonomic Dysfunction
Top tips for managing Autonomic Dysfunction
Meet the experts
Dr Charlotte Manisty
Dr Charlotte Manisty is a Consultant Cardiologist at OneWelbeck Heart Health, specialising in heart failure and advanced cardiac imaging.
She is a senior lecturer at University College London, supervises several PhD students and leads the academic heart failure programme at St Bart’s Heart Centre. As an expert in advanced cardiac imaging with a focus in MRI, she co-authored the national recommendations for MR imaging in patients with implantable cardiac devices, and founded and leads the highly-respected Cardiac MRI Centre at St Bart’s.
Dr Boon Lim
Dr Boon Lim is a cardiologist and electrophysiologist at OneWelbeck Heart Health, where he is also a founding member and partner. His specialist areas are heart rhythm disturbances including atrial fibrillation, pacing and syncope.
As the clinical lead for the nationally-renowned Imperial Syncope Diagnostic Unit, Dr Lim has extensive experience in reporting tilt table testing. Dr Lim is committed to developing better and safer techniques to better treat patients with atrial fibrillation and syncope.