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Biventricular Pacemaker

Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) is used to treat the delay in heart ventricle contractions that occur in some people with advanced heart failure.

Electrophysiology / Arrhythmias

Permanent pacemakers are placed for bradyarrhythmias (slow heart rates). Sometimes the pacemaker completely controls the heart rhythm, at other times it only serves as a backup for slow rates. 


An echocardiogram is a noninvasive, painless, test that uses ultrasound (high frequency sound waves) to produce a two dimensional image of the heart. 

Cath / PTCA / Stent

Cardiac catheterization, also known as a coronary angiogram, is an invasive diagnostic procedure that assesses the heart's arteries, valves, and contractility (squeezing strength of the heart muscle) as well as the pressures generated within the heart and lungs.

P.E.T. Imaging

P.E.T. (Positron Emission Tomography) is one of the newest, most advanced methods for physicians to study the heart. Cardiology Physicians is the first in this region to offer this state-of-the-art technology.

Nuclear Stress Tests

There are four types of Nuclear Stress Tests: Exercise Cardiolite Stress Test, Adenosine Cardiolite Stress Test, Dobutamine Cardiolite Stress Test and Lexiscan Cardiolite Stress Test.

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