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An outpatient procedure performed to close down incompetent veins to help encourage better circulation back up to the heart.
Loop Recorder Insertion
An insertable monitor that is worn for up to two years to monitor for any arrhythmias.
A small device inserted under the skin in the upper chest with wires connected to the heart to help control the heartbeat.
Left Heart Catheterization
A diagnostic procedure done in the hospital setting to diagnose blockages in the arteries of the heart.
Left Heart Catheterization With PTCA / Stents
If blockages are found, the doctor can open it up with a balloon or place a stent, which is a small metal device to opens up and restores blood flow.
Right Heart Catheterization
A diagnostic procedure looking at the pressure of the heart and lungs. Also used to diagnose and measure the aortic valve.
Abdominal With Run Off
A diagnostic procedure done in a hospital setting to evaluate the vessels for aneurysm, narrowing, or blockages.
A carotid angiogram is a study of the inside of your carotid arteries.
A TEE or transesophageal echocardiogram is a clearer, closer look at the structures of the heart.
Uses low-energy shock to restore a regular heart rhythm.
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement — A procedure that is used to treat aortic stenosis or narrowing of the aortic valve.
A small fabric covered device that is inserted into the left atrial appendage to prevent harmful clots from entering the blood stream.
Leadless pacemakers are self-contained devices that include the pacemaker electronics and battery, and are delivered via catheter to the heart. Leadless pacemakers function similarly to traditional pacemakers without requiring transvenous leads or the need for a surgical pocket under the skin.