Echocardiagram

An echocardiogram (also called “echo”) is a test that uses ultrasound waves to examine the heart. It is a safe and painless procedure that helps doctors diagnose a variety of heart problems.

Cardiac PET

A cardiac Position Emission Tomography (PET) exam is used by doctors to evaluate the health of your heart. People who receive this exam may have symptoms and/or risk factors for heart disease. 

Exercise Cardiolite Scan

A Cardiolite scan is a test that uses a radioactive substance, known as a tracer, to produce images of the heart muscle. When combined with an exercise test, the Cardiolite scan helps determine…

Exercise ECG Test

A Cardiolite scan is a test that uses a radioactive substance, known as a tracer, to produce images of the heart muscle. When combined with an exercise test, the Cardiolite scan helps determine…

Roundtable Discussion: COVID-19 and Outpatient Venous Care

How COVID-19 has affected venous practice in the United States and Europe, patient management during the pandemic, protocols for reinitiating elective procedures, and thoughts on how COVID might affect the future of venous care.

PAD Awareness Month: What is PAD?

September is PAD Awareness month. PAD patients are at greater risk for heart attack and stroke, so care for yourself by educating yourself on PAD and make an appointment with a cardiologist if you think you may suffer from PAD.

PAD Awareness Month: Who is at Risk?

September is PAD Awareness month. Educate yourself on the risk factors for PAD and ways that you can protect yourself.  Make an appointment with a cardiologist if you worry that you may suffer from PAD.

PAD Awareness Month: What are the Symptoms?

September is PAD Awareness month. Educate yourself on the symptoms for PAD and ways that you can proactively monitor your health. Make an appointment with a cardiologist if you worry that you may suffer from PAD.

PAD Awareness: Treatment

September is PAD Awareness month. If you are at risk for PAD and suffer symptoms from PAD, make an appointment with your cardiologist. Read our most recent CardiaCare blog about the treatment options for PAD.