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In-hospital procedures

This test is used in patients who have problems with passing out or fainting spells. More information.

During this test the patient is sedated while a tube is passed down the throat to look at the heart’s structure and function.

During this test the patient is lightly sedated while a tube is passed from the leg or the arm to the heart, where pressures are recorded. Dye is injected to take pictures of various structures of the heart. More information.

During this test a tube is inserted through the leg or arm to look for any blockages in various circulations. More information.

During this procedure a balloon is used, and many times a stent is implanted, to treat a blockage in circulation. The need for this procedure is determined by performing Cardiac Catheterization. More information.

These procedures involve multiple technologies such as balloons, stents, or lasers, with a common goal of reducing existing blockages and restoring blood flow. More information.

This involves a minor surgical procedure where a small incision is made on the chest to implant the generator, and wires are passed to the heart. Pacemakers are needed for patients who have a tendency for excessively slow heart rates. More information.

This procedure is similar to Pacemaker Implantation. The defibrillator is a specialized pacemaker that attempts to terminate cardiac arrest by giving an electric shock to the heart. More information.

This is a procedure used for patients who have developed a severe impairment of the heart’s ability to pump blood.

During this procedure the patient is anesthetized and an electric shock is applied to the chest. This procedure is done in patients who have irregular heart rhythm in order to restore normal rhythm. More information.

These procedures are also known as Electrophysiology (EP) Procedures. During these procedures, catheters are passed through the leg into the heart, and the flow of electric current is studied. The goal of these procedures is to cure various types of rhythm abnormalities. More information.

This test attempts to look for Coronary Artery Disease without having a catheter inserted. This is a relatively newer test, which should be discussed with your doctor.

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