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At Coastal Cardiology, our goal is to provide the highest quality medical care for our patients in a personal setting so you and your family understand the problem, diagnostic tests, and treatments.
Coastal Cardiology provides a wide array of services designed to help diagnosis and treat cardiovascular health concerns. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and an experience team of health professionals we ready and able to treat almost any aliment related to heart and cardiovascular system.
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Exercise testing is a non-invasive procedure that provides diagnostic and prognostic information and evaluates an individual's capacity for exercise. The treadmill test is basically continuous EKG monitoring during physical exertion, with close attention to the blood pressure, O2 saturation and heart rate.
A vascular ultrasound is a non-invasive procedure that doesn't use and radiation or dyes and can be done right here. Using soundwaves, a vascular ultrasound can examine the flow of blood within the body and assess the condition of arteries and veins to identify and problems or risks.
Cardiovascular consultation is a very important component of your treatment. It is an opportunity for you to discuss your cardiac concerns, complaints, to better understand any risks or complications that maybe involved in a procedure.
A pacemaker is a small device that helps your heart beat more regularly. It does this with a small electric stimulation that helps control your heartbeat. Your doctor puts the pacemaker under the skin on your chest, just under your collarbone. It’s hooked up to your heart with tiny wires.
This is a simple office test that uses ultrasound to image the heart. The test provides a detailed analysis of the structure and function of the heart. The information provided includes: size and thickness of the walls of the heart, the strength of the heart muscle as a pump and birth defects of the heart.
This test combines the treadmill test and the echocardiogram. A resting echocardiogram is done then repeated immediately after the exercise. Both digitized studies are compared side by side.