Ambulatory Electrocardiography (EKG)

Cardiologists may use this simple, painless test to record the electrical activity of your heart over 24 to 48 hours of your daily activities.

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Angiography

Angiography is a cardiovascular imaging procedure our doctors perform to diagnose heart disease. We can see where blood flow is restricted and plan treatment for your best outcome.

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Blood Pressure Screening and Management

Your cardiologist may conduct a physical exam, review your family medical history, assess your risk factors and perform diagnostic tests to check for heart disease.

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Cardiac Catheterization

If you're having chest pain or other symptoms, our cardiologists may recommend this relatively short and low-risk imaging procedure to check for heart disease or defects in your heart.

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Cardiac Rehabilitation

Our skilled team of cardiovascular disease specialists will develop a personalized plan of exercise, rehabilitation and education to help you improve your heart endurance and quality of life.

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Cardiac Testing

Local cardiologists are skilled in the most advanced cardiac testing procedures, enabling them to pinpoint problems in your cardiovascular system and develop a personalized treatment plan.

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Cardiovascular Imaging

Our cardiology team uses advanced cardiovascular imaging technologies to identify the heart condition that could be underlying your symptoms, from irregular heartbeat to chest pain.

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Cardioversion

Cardiologists may decide to correct your fast or irregular heart rate with cardioversion, a procedure that uses electrical therapy or medication.

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Chest Pain Program

Where your heart is concerned, every minute counts. Our Chest Pain Program is designed to quickly diagnose potential heart attacks and provide you with the most advanced treatment.

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Coronary Calcium Score Screening

Our cardiovascular team offers this noninvasive screening for early detection of heart disease. Early intervention may improve your health and longevity.

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CT Angiography

If you have chest pain or other symptoms, our cardiologist may use noninvasive CT angiography to produce detailed images of the arteries that supply your heart with blood.

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Diagnostic Cardiology

Our cardiovascular experts can perform tests and procedures that provide insights into how well your heart and blood vessels are working, as well as the best way to treat your cardiac condition.

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Echocardiography

Our cardiology team uses this painless sonogram test to detect many cardiovascular diseases and develop the best treatment plan for your individual needs.

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Electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG)

Cardiologists can measure and evaluate your heart's electrical activity with an electrocardiogram, then use that information to diagnose abnormalities and diseases.

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Exercise, Nuclear and Pharmacological Stress Testing

Our cardiologists employ a wide variety of testing procedures and technologies in order to measure and evaluate your heart function.

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Holter Monitor

Your cardiologists may have you wear this painless device around your neck to see how your heart responds to new medicine or to diagnose your abnormal heart rhythm, chest pain or other symptoms.

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Imaging and Diagnostics Services

Cardiologists use the latest imaging technologies and techniques to identify your heart condition and develop the best plan for treating your symptoms, from chest pain to arrhythmia.

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Lipids Screening

Our cardiology team can perform this test to measure the lipids, or fats and fatty substances in your blood, which may lead to coronary artery disease, heart attack or stroke.

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Magnetic Resonance Angiography

Local cardiologists are experts in this noninvasive technology for detecting a narrowing of arteries or blockages in your heart that could lead to a heart attack, stroke or other conditions.

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Non-Invasive Cardiology

Local cardiologists are experts in the most advanced noninvasive technologies for diagnosing and treating your heart condition.

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Nuclear Medicine

Our cardiologists are skilled at using the most advanced nuclear medicine technology to take pictures of your heart and develop the best plan for treating your heart disease.

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Pacemakers

If you have abnormal heart rhythms or a heart block, our cardiologists may be able to treat your symptoms with minimally invasive surgery that inserts a small, battery-operated pacemaker.

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Peripheral Vascular Testing

Vascular specialists may assess risks to your heart by checking the blood flow in your arms and legs with blood pressure monitoring and sonogram technology.

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Pulmonary Hypertension

Our cardiologists are experienced in protecting your heart from this rare lung disorder and will develop a personalized treatment plan that may include medication, lifestyle changes and surgery.

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Smoking Cessation Program

One of the best things you can do for your health is stop smoking. Your doctor can recommend various steps to help you kick the habit, including a free smoking cessation program held at South Lake Hospital.

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Stress Test

Local cardiologists are skilled in a variety of stress tests, which let them study how your heart functions during rest and exercise and help them diagnose the source of your chest pain or other symptoms.

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Tilt Table Testing

If you are fainting for unknown reasons, a cardiologist may use tilt table testing to find the cause of your blood pressure changes and develop the best treatment plan for your condition.

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Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE)

Local doctors use the latest technology to diagnose your heart disease. We may use this procedure to look at your heart's valves and chambers without interference from your ribs or lungs.

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Transthoracic Echocardiogram

Cardiologists may order this painless test to get pictures of your heart so we can accurately diagnose your heart condition and help develop the best treatment plan for you.

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VAD Consultation, Implantation and Education

Cardiovascular surgeons may recommend a Ventricular Assist Device as you're waiting for a heart transplant, or as a long-term solution if you can't have a heart transplant.

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Vascular Ultrasound

Our local physicians are skilled in the latest noninvasive and minimally invasive ultrasound tests to assess your risk for a heart attack or stroke.

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Venous Doppler

A specialist may use this noninvasive test to examine the blood flow in your arms and legs and check for problems that could put you at risk for a heart attack or stroke.

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Directional and Orbital Atherectomy

Your cardiologists may be able to improve the flow of blood from your heart with this advanced, minimally invasive procedure that cleans out clogged arteries.

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Permanent Pacemakers

If your heart is not working properly, your cardiologist may recommend a permanent pacemaker to help you maintain a normal heartbeat and live a normal, active life.

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