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Cardiovascular Services

The key to your well-being

Having the right information, interpreting it correctly and understanding how it relates to your lifestyle is what an accurate diagnosis is all about.  This can save you from having to undergo unnecessary procedures.

We offer many noninvasive diagnostic tests and procedures, including:

This simple, painless test records the electrical activity of your heart, including the timing and duration of each electrical phase in your heartbeat. ­ Heart.org
This noninvasive test uses sound waves to evaluate your heart's chambers, valves and pumping function. The echo sound waves create an image on the monitor as an ultrasound probe is passed across the skin over your heart. ­ Heart.org
In this test, you will swallow a small probe, about the size of a little finger. The probe passes down the esophagus nearer to the heart. It allows a closer look at the heart's structure and function. It also shows any abnormal tissue around your heart valves, if blood is leaking backward through a valve, and if blood clots are present in your heart chambers. ­ Heart.org
This test monitors the heart while you walk on a treadmill. A stress test may be used to detect coronary artery disease or to determine safe levels of exercise after a heart attack or heart surgery. This test can also be done using special medicines that stress the heart in a similar manner as exercise does. ­ Heart.org
A single-photon emission computed tomography, or SPECT, scan of the heart is a noninvasive nuclear imaging test in which radioactive tracers injected into your blood take pictures of your heart. Doctors use the data to diagnose coronary artery disease and determine if you have had a heart attack. SPECT can show how well blood is flowing to your heart and how well your heart is working. ­ Heart.org
This non-invasive procedure uses sound waves to assess blood flow in the arteries and veins. These waves produce pictures showing the vessels’ structure and function. ­ Radiologyinfo.org
This imaging procedure uses an X-ray machine and a computer to create a three-dimensional picture of the heart. Sometimes a dye is injected into a vein so your heart arteries can be seen as well. ­ Heart.org
For this test, you wear a small, portable, battery-powered ECG machine to record heartbeats over a period of 24 to 48 hours during normal activities. At the end of this time period, you will return the monitor to the cardiology department or physician’s office so it can be read and evaluated. ­ Heart.org
For this test, you wear a small, portable, battery-powered machine used to record ECG data over several weeks. Each time you have symptoms, you press a button on the recorder to record the ECG sample. As soon as possible, you will transmit this sample to the doctor's office for evaluation. ­ Heart.org
This test is used to determine if you are prone to sudden drops in blood pressure (orthostatic hypotension) or slowed pulse rates with position changes. You will be connected to an ECG and blood pressure monitor while lying down on a special table that tilts you from a lying to standing position. ­ Heart.org

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