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Cardiovascular outpatient

Doctor in charge

Consultation hours


Associate Professor, Department of Cardiology, Keio University Hospital

Dr. Motoaki Sano


Department of Cardiology, Keio University Hospital

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Dr. Motoaki Sano will treat diseases centered on cardiovascular diseases at the outpatient clinic on the afternoon of the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Thursdays. Dr. Sano is a lecturer in the Department of Cardiology, Keio University Hospital. Dr. Motoaki Sano is also in charge of cardiovascular outpatient services at Keio University Hospital on Tuesday morning and Saturday morning. If you are outpatient of Dr. Sano, you can receive the same high level of medical care as Keio University Hospital. Dr. Sano's excellence and high personality are greatly supported by patients, and we can see the high level of the classroom of Professor Keiichi Fukuda, Department of Cardiology, Keio University. Dr. Nobuhiro Ikemura is a junior of Dr. Sano and belongs to the Department of Cardiology, Keio University. HDC Atlas Clinic is in charge of Friday morning. Since it is weekly, when combined with Dr. Sano's outpatient clinic, there are cardiovascular outpatient clinics twice a week (once in even-numbered weeks), and it is possible to have a combined diagnosis with the diabetes outpatient clinic. Both Dr. Sano and Dr. Ikemura are teachers who have a personality that is said to be the hope of Professor Fukuda's classroom in the Department of Cardiology, Keio University. ..

For the first visit

You can get a medical examination without a letter of referral. If you have a history of going to another hospital, it is helpful to bring a letter of introduction when making a medical treatment policy.

Please call 03-3234-6060 in advance as it may take some time for your first visit.

For return visits

The electrocardiogram can be judged immediately during the outpatient period of the cardiovascular system. If it is a re-examination after a medical examination, it is possible to inspect it in advance and receive an outpatient explanation of only the results.

What kind of patients are you targeting?

  • If you have anxiety about angina or myocardial infarction

  • If you have symptoms such as "chest pain during exertion, chest pain at rest, disturbed pulse, palpitation"

  • If there is a heart murmur at the dock or health check, or if there is an abnormality in the electrocardiogram

  • If there is a magnified image of the heart on a chest X-ray, etc.

  • Smokers at high risk of ischemic heart disease

  • If you have hypertension, hyperlipidemia, or arrhythmia

  • If there are significant arteriosclerosis findings

  • When follow-up such as valvular disease is required

Medical cooperation with Keio University Hospital, etc.

If a major change or examination is required during cardiovascular medicine, Dr. Sano and Dr. Ikemura will refer you to Keio University Hospital. In this way, medical cooperation is established, so you can have a medical examination with confidence.

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