Make an Impact
You can help us continue and expand our important research program. This will ultimately benefit everyone undergoing treatment for heart rhythm disorders. All donations are tax deductible.
To donate to the Centre for Heart Rhythm Disorders at the University of Adelaide either:
- download and complete the Make an Impact Donation Payment Form, or
- donate online through the University of Adelaide giving site
Please indicate that the key research area you would like your donation to be directed to is the "Centre for Heart Rhythm Disorders"
Thank you for your gift and supporting the Centre for Heart Rhythm Disorders - as our centre needs to continue and expand upon its quality research!
"Atrial Fibrillation, not quite a life sentence but close....."
Anyone who has had it knows the depths of despair it brings and mine was particularly difficult to manage in the early years. After a few surgical interventions on me by others, Prash returned from overseas and managed to tame the condition even further. Not eliminated, but much more manageable and more importantly, liveable with. A subsequent pacemaker has been the best option and means that I can make the best of my life. There are difficult decisions with this condition and Prash has helped me make those decisions over the years and then fully supported them.
For example, I wanted to keep HillClimbing, so Prash placed the pacemaker so that the race harnesses would not be too uncomfortable. Prash also monitors my condition so that I am safe and can keep doing my sporting activities.
It is not only Prash but his talented team that have helped me when times have been particularly tough. I have always been able to call and get advice or support. I am very grateful for all their help."
Just starting life
By the third week after the procedure I felt amazing. I was a new person! I soon resumed my normal activities, I was finally able to graduate and I am now able to do just as much as before and more. "I am so grateful to the wonderful staff at the Cardiovascular Centre, without them I wouldn't have the quality of life I have now." Read more