Cardiac Catheterization Lab
The two cardiac catheterization laboratory suites are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are equipped with the latest digital technology and tools to help guide procedures with precision. Interventional cardiologists also perform diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization through the arm (using the radial artery), a new technique that is more comfortable for patients and offers a faster recovery.
If you are experiencing symptoms of a heart attack, you will be seen first by a physician in the emergency room. If it is determined you are having a heart attack, you will be moved to cardiac catheterization, where a cardiologist can evaluate coronary arteries and open significant blockages within the arteries.
Additional services include:
- Advanced Hemodynamic Support
- Aortic Valvuloplasty
- Aortoiliac Disease
- Bare Metal and Drug Eluting Stents
- Carotid Artery Stenting (proximal and distal protection)
- Coronary Chronic Total Occlusion Recanalization
- Deep Venous Clot Extraction
- Inferior Vena Cava Filter Placement
- Infrapopliteal Interventions and Critical Limb Ischemia
- Intravascular Ultrasound and Physiologic Translesional Pressure Assessment
- Left Main and Multivessel PCI
- Peripheral Vascular Interventions
- Proximal and Distal Embolic Protection
- Rotational Atherectomy
- Subclavian Artery Intervention
- Superficial Artery Intervention (including PTCA, atherectomy, stenting, re-entry)
- Thrombectomy/Thrombolysis (manual and mechanical)
- Transradial Coronary Intervention
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