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About Us

Omni Corde is a dedicated Cardiology practice with a special interest in the care of patients with heart rhythm conditions (arrhythmias). Our motto is embodied by our name ‘Omni Corde’ which is the latin for ‘all heart’ reflecting the compassionate care we provide. The practice was founded in 2018 with the core aim of advancing investigation methods leading to early diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm conditions especially atrial fibrillation (AF). The latter condition is a leading cause of stroke and disability in Australia and worldwide. We are dedicated to prevent this outcome through state-of-the–art diagnostic tools and therapeutic options. We offer catheter ablation for select patients with atrial fibrillation and as a ‘cure’ option for some of the other heart rhythm conditions. We have a trusted reputation for excellent outcomes with AF ablation with majority of our patients requiring only a single procedure (no-gap fees).

Education is a key focus for us in order to better diagnose & treat atrial fibrillation as well as other heart rhythm conditions. We have a major commitment to increase the awareness of heart rhythm conditions in the community so that medical attention is sought early.

If you require an appointment please call 6166 3752.

      

   Our Services

  1. Cardiology consultation

  2. Investigations: ECG, holter/event monitor & BP monitor

  3. DC Cardioversion

  4. Loop recorder, Pacemaker and Defibrillator implantation

  5. Cardiac resynchronization therapy-defibrillator(CRT-D)

  6. Atrial fibrillation (AF) Ablation / pulmonary vein isolation

  7. Ablation for supraventricular and ventricular tachycardia

  8. Ablation for atrial flutter

  9. Remote monitoring services for all implanted heart devices

ABOUT A/PROF RAJAMANI

A/Prof Kushwin Rajamani, MBBCh (Hons), FRACP, PhD is a Cardiologist with a sub-specialty training in heart rhythm disorders (Cardiac Electrophysiologist).

He has had an extensive international training background in Europe, Australia and USA. He completed medical school in 2003, obtaining an honours degree from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. After completing his internship he relocated to Australia. He completed his basic and advanced physician training in Cardiology at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney in 2011. Thereafter he pursued his PhD studies in diabetes and cardiovascular disease at the Heart Research Institute, Sydney. He undertook a year of clinical fellowship in cardiac electrophysiology at Westmead Hospital, Sydney and proceeded to the Cleveland Clinic, USA(ranked #1 in Cardiology, US world news report) to obtain a further 2 years of training in this field. He has performed more than 2000 ablation procedures, implantation of pacemakers, defibrillators and cardiac resynchronisation therapy devices. He provides a high standard of care in both general cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology.

Kushwin has been actively involved in research to advance the field of cardiology and electrophysiology. He has had several domestic and international invited presentations. He has won numerous research awards for his work in basic and clinical research. He was recently awarded the prestigious NHMRC Neil Hamilton Fairley fellowship.

 

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He is also passionate about philanthropy with a focus on children, clean water and environmental conservation. He has independently built schools across Asia, supported clean water/sanitation projects in Sri Lanka and funded several emergency relief operations in Bangladesh and Africa. He is actively involved in medical missions and travels to Sri Lanka regularly to implant pacemakers in remote regions with limited medical facilities. In 2019 Rotary International awarded him the Paul Harris Fellowship in recognition of his contribution towards humanity.

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Remote Monitoring

Remote Monitoring

ECG

ECG

BP Monitor

BP Monitor

Holter Monitor

Holter Monitor

OUR SERVICES

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Holter Monitor

 

A holter monitor is a small, wearable device that records the heart electrical activity (ECG) continuously.  We utilise a state of the art monitoring device for this purpose. Monitoring options vary from 24 hours to one week.  While you're wearing the monitor, you have the freedom to go about your normal activities, provided the device is kept dry. In addition, you will be required to maintain a diary of your symptoms in order to correlate with the ECG recording.

BP Monitor

 

Blood Pressure monitoring involves measuring blood pressure (BP) at regular intervals (usually every 30 minutes) over a 24 hour period while continuing regular activities, including sleep. The portable monitor is worn either on a belt or over the shoulder connected to a standard cuff on the upper arm.

This test is usually helpful to diagnose hypertension or high blood pressure which is a major risk factor for stroke.  It is also used to assess response to therapy or potential "white coat" hypertension.

ECG 

 

An ECG is a graph of your heart's electrical activity. It is a safe test. There is no risk of being electrocuted.

Before an ECG, you may have your hair shaved or skin cleaned so the electrodes stick on your body properly. If you are wearing an underwire bra, you might be asked to take it off as it could affect the readings of the ECG.

During an ECG, leads are attached to electrodes - sticky dots - that are placed on your arms, legs and chest. The leads connect to a machine, which takes the reading.

Remote Monitoring 
Services

The home/remote monitor service provides a safety check of your device done regularly from your home throughout the year.

The home/remote monitor will periodically transmit information from your device securely to alert your cardiologist of any device function related concerns or any detection of heart rhythm problems including those associated with stroke. This facilitates early action so that a potentially serious situation could be averted.

Arrhythmia & General Cardiology Clinic

This is a sub-specialised clinic catered towards investigation and management of patients with heart rhythm abnormalities. 

This includes fast heart rhythms such as atrial fibrillation atrial flutter, atrial tachycardia, supraventricular tachycardia and ventricular tachycardia. The other spectrum of slow heart rhythms or bradycardia is also evaluated. Patients requiring pacemakers or defibrillators are also assessed.

Pacemaker Clinic

Patients with loop recorders, pacemakers and defibrillators are routinely evaluated and their device interrogated in this clinic. 

 

The device function is optimised and any new heart rhythm abnormalities can be identified through the device. 

 

 

 

 

 
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FOR DOCTORS

REFER YOUR PATIENT
Click the links below for hard copy or downloadable referral

REFERRAL PADS

 

To order referral pads please click the link below and request your hard copy referral via email and we will post to your practice

RTF & WRITABLE PDF REFERRAL

 

Complete the attached online referral and forward to us.  One of our team will contact your patient to book the appointment or test

 

Business Hours

 
Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 4.30pm
Friday 8.30am to 4pm
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CONTACT US

 08 6166 3752

 08 6166 3753
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Our Locations

Ground Floor, Prime House

Cnr Davidson Terrace & Shenton Avenue

Joondalup 6027

Suite 32 Hollywood Specialist Centre

95 Monash Avenue

Nedlands 6009

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Midland Consulting Suites

41 Victoria Street

Midland 6056

6 Howick Street

York 6302

 

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Patient Testimonials

June 19, 2020

I am a 72 yr old, retired farmer who has always been fit and healthy. a family holiday in July 2018 was the beginning of my problems with A/F. I was refereed to A/Professor Rajamani in may 2019 . He performed a pulmonary oblation in July 2019. which was successful. After a problem I had a procedure for A/Flutter in Aug 2019. Since then my life has improved in leaps and bounds. My most recent check up in June 2020 has shown that I don't need any medication apart from blood thinners. I am a happier person than before and have much more energy do regular exercise and walking daily. Also joining in on family activities . My family and myself are so grateful that I was treated by Dr Rajamani and his staff they are so caring and helpful, always friendly and take the time to explain and reassure people. This is really appreciated by the patience and their families when life is so stressful. Thanks again Janet P

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