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Right Heart Catheterization


 

Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Testing | Invasive Cardiac Procedures

One procedure frequently used for diagnosis and treatment of issues involving blood flow through the right chambers of the heart, as well as the lungs, is called right heart catheterization. This involves a long thin tube, or catheter, being inserted veins in the patient’s groin or neck, and then guided through into the right-sided chambers of the heart. This catheter will reveal the blood pressures and oxygen content of the various chambers of the heart. This will reveal information about the hemodynamics (blood pressure, cardiac performance etc). Often right heart catheterizations are done to assess the true physiologic impact of a previously diagnosed anatomic abnormality or to help monitor the management of complex cardiovascular conditions and treatments.

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Cardiologists

Initial Consultation

 

Electrocardiogram

Holter Monitor

 

Holter Monitor Recording

Exercise Stress Test

 

Nuclear Stress Testing

Pacemaker / ICD Clinic

 

Coumadin / PT Clinic

Tilt Table Testing

 

Advanced Lipid Testing

Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterization

 

Right Heart Catheterization & Vasodilator Studies

Transradial Catheterization

 

Cardiac Catheterization

Echocardiography

 

PFO Closure

Mitral Valvularplasty

 

Aortic Valvuloplasty

Location
South Palm Cardiovascular Associates
13550 Jog Road, Suite 204
Delray Beach, FL 33446
Phone: 561-203-6690
Fax: 561-303-2135
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