The specialized interventional cardiologists at our hospital perform a number of sophisticated minimally invasive procedures to improve heart conditions and manage symptoms.
From heart failure and rhythm disorders to coronary artery disease and valve conditions, our experienced team can evaluate and treat a wide range of cardiovascular concerns.
Minimally Invasive Procedures to Evaluate and Treat Heart Disease
Our hospital’s interventional cardiologists use advanced, catheter-based procedures to treat and manage symptoms for people diagnosed with or suspected of having cardiovascular conditions such as:
Minimally invasive procedures allow eligible patients to avoid open-heart surgery.
Our interventional cardiologists perform a variety of minimally invasive procedures to diagnose and treat cardiovascular disease. These include:
In a cardiac catheterization, a cardiologist guides a catheter to the heart to perform diagnostic examinations and treatment procedures such as:
Using a catheter with electrodes at its tip, a cardiologist measures the heart’s electrical impulses, pinpoints the injured heart muscle’s precise location, and administers tiny electric impulses to affect heart rhythm problems to learn more about them.
Using a low-voltage electric current delivered to the chest with patches or paddles, a cardiologist can reset the heart rhythm to a normal pace. The procedure is used in conjunction with a short-acting anesthetic.
Several small battery-operated devices implanted near the heart are used to treat heart rhythm disorders. These devices include:
Dr. Balaji SundarasenInterventional Cardiologist
Dr. Jagadeehwari MDDMInterventional Cardiologist
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