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Office Procedures

This is an ultrasound procedure to evaluate plaque formation in the carotid arteries in the neck that supply the brain.
This is an ultrasound examination of the heart to evaluate the structure and function of the various chambers and heart valves.
It is an external monitor that continuously monitors the heart rate and rhythm. It is generally used to evaluate various abnormalities in heart rhythm as well as symptoms like palpitations, dizziness or fainting. The Holter device is generally worn for 1-2 days while event monitor can be worn for several days.
It is a small monitor placed under the skin with local anesthesia, and records any abnormal slow or fast heart rhythms. This is used in patients with unexplained fainting, stroke, suspected arrhythmias, or atrial fibrillation.
Nuclear stress tests to detect blockage in arteries may be performed in conjunction with exercise or using a medicine to stimulate your heart if he cannot exercise. We also offer specialized nuclear tests to precisely evaluate the heart contractility (MUGA scan), the extent of damage to the heart muscle after a heart attack (Viability study) or to screen for other rare heart conditions (amyloid scan).
Our noninvasive vascular lab is capable of performing various studies to evaluate for narrowing or plaque buildup in different arteries of the body. The studies include ankle-brachial index (ABI), segmental pressures and duplex ultrasound of arteries and veins in the neck, arms, abdomen and legs.
This is a valuable tool to assess for and follow-up coronary artery disease. This is usually performed on a treadmill. In individuals who cannot perform physical exercise, certain medications may be given to mimic the effects of exercise.
It is a minimally invasive technique which is used to treat varicose or refluxing veins in the legs. It may be performed using the venaseal glue or radiofrequency catheter to intentionally obliterate the vein tissue from inside. This relieves symptoms of pain and swelling from varicose veins.

Hospital Procedures

This is done in conjunction with an angiogram and involves treating narrowing in the artery or vein using a balloon and/or stent. Balloon is used to immediately relieve the narrowing by inflating it within the artery or vein to its profile followed by placement of the stent which keeps the vessel from collapsing down.
It is a minimally invasive procedure performed with radiofrequency energy to treat abnormal heart rhythms such as atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, supraventricular tachycardia, ventricular tachycardia, PVC’s.
It is a pressure-sensing device implanted directly in the pulmonary artery using a minimally invasive approach. This helps monitor for fluid retention in patients with congestive heart failure.
Our group of doctors can help implant and follow-up this mechanical device for assisting cardiac circulation performed in patients with advanced heart failure.
Our doctors can perform this less invasive non-surgical treatment option for patients with leaky mitral valve (mitral regurgitation) who are at high risk for open-heart surgery.
These are small implantable devices placed in the chest area to treat abnormally slow heart rates or treat dangerous heart rhythms to prevent sudden cardiac death. Our heart lab also offers services for follow-up interrogations/ reprogramming and home monitoring of pacemakers/defibrillators.
It is a procedure performed to detect causes of fainting or lightheadedness. It involves placing the individual on the table with a foot support and then tilting the table upright for several minutes. Individual blood pressure, heart rate and symptoms are noted throughout the test.
It is a less invasive non-surgical treatment option without need for open heart surgery for patients with narrow aortic valve (aortic stenosis).
Our doctors can perform this specialized ultrasound of the heart under sedation by inserting an ultrasound probe in the esophagus to obtain detailed pictures of your heart.
This is a device placed in the heart using a minimally invasive procedure to occlude an area in left upper chamber (left atrial appendage). This helps prevent strokes in patients with atrial fibrillation who are not good candidates to take blood thinners long term.