Angioplasty/stent (Coronary, Renal, and Peripheral Arteries)
An invasive technique to open narrowed arteries using a balloon to widen the arteries. Then a stent, a metal mesh, is placed inside the artery to keep the vessel open.
A noninvasive procedure where electrodes are placed on the body and attached to the machine which provides interpretation of the electrical activity in the heart.
External Counter Pulsation (ECP)
A noninvasive therapy used to treat chest pains (chronic angina) due to lack of oxygen to heart muscles. Pneumatic cuffs are wrapped around the calves, thighs, and belly which inflate and forces blood from the lower limbs to the heart. Read more…
A test where a sonogram of the heart is done to study the structure, heart muscles, and valves of the heart.
Telemetry Rhythm Monitoring (up to 30 days)
A portable device that is worn for 24 hours or more on the chest and monitors the hearts electrical activity during your daily routine.
Treadmill Stress Testing with Nuclear Imaging
This test uses isotope tracers to observe the flow of blood to the heat muscles at rest and during exercise on the treadmill and to diagnose the presence of blockage in areas of the heart.
Vascular ultrasounds (Carotid and peripheral)
Sonogram of the arteries that supply blood to the brain and blood to the lower legs.
Vein ablation for Varicose Vein and Leg Ulceration Treatment
Procedure to treat varicose veins by applying laser or radiofrequency energy in order to close off unwanted superficial veins. Read more…
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