This test uses very fast X-ray technology to take a 3D image of the beating heart. In this minimally invasive procedure, dye is injected into the arm prior to a CT scan. CT angiography is typically used to diagnose more complex conditions, like abdominal aortic aneurysm or congenital heart disease.
A stress test usually involves walking on a treadmill while your heart activity is recorded by an electrocardiogram. It provides information about your level of exercise tolerance, how your heart responds to an increased workload, the size of your heart’s chambers, and its pumping action.
In this procedure, a catheter is placed in the heart, leg or arm to detect problems with the heart. This procedure is generally done after a person experiences chest pains or other symptoms that could signify a heart problem.
In this painless test, patches called electrodes are attached to your skin to monitor your heart’s electrical activity and rhythm.
An electrophysiology study uses catheters to examine the heart’s electrical activity and pathways and detect the source of abnormal rhythms. Our Topera 3D mapping technology enables us to precisely pinpoint the source.
Echocardiography is a form of ultrasound that uses high-frequency sound waves to examine the size, shape and motion of the heart. We offer technology that takes 3D images to help evaluate the strength of the heart and detect holes.
This small, wearable device records the electrical activity of the heart for a specified period of time while you’re at home or work. The monitor helps detect irregularities or abnormalities in the heart's rhythm during normal activities.
In this procedure, a small, safe amount of radioactive substance is injected into your bloodstream. Special cameras outside your body take pictures to assess blood flow, check for damaged heart muscle, and diagnose the presence and severity of heart disease.
This ultrasound procedure uses sound waves to examine various parts of the body, including the aorta, abdominal arteries and veins, and blood vessels in the arms, legs and extra-cranial cerebrovascular system.