Cardiologists can help your heart pump more blood to the rest of your body by using minimally invasive surgery to insert this device. The procedure will minimize your pain and recovery time.
Cardiologists will use interventional cardiac catheterization to insert a catheter into the chamber of the heart and diagnose and treat your heart condition.
If your coronary artery is blocked, your doctor may recommend inserting a stent into your artery to restore blood flow. An endograft repair may be best if you suffer an abdominal aortic aneurysm.
Our cardiologists may recommend this minimally invasive procedure that uses a catheter, a balloon and, if necessary, a stent to open your blocked blood vessel or artery.
Specialists can develop a personalized plan that may include minimally invasive procedures to improve the blood flow to your heart and extremities.
Our cardiology team will determine if you are a candidate for this minimally invasive procedure that can remove blockage in your artery, restore proper blood flow and eliminate chest pain.
If you suffered a heart attack or chest pain, our cardiologists may recommend opening clogged arteries by inserting stents, or mesh tubes, which can increase blood flow from your heart.
Using minimally invasive surgery, your doctor will insert a catheter and balloon into your heart to open a stiff or narrowing heart valve, restoring blood flow and avoiding open heart surgery.
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