Cardiac intervention is a branch of the cardiac speciality that specifically deals with the less invasive, catheter-based diagnosis and treatment of a variety of structural heart diseases and conditions. Using specialized imaging and other diagnostic techniques, interventional cardiologists can assess blood flow and pressure within the coronary arteries and heart chambers, as well as valve defects, congenital heart disease, vascular disease, and acquired structural heart disease. Conditions such as disease can be evaluated. Abnormalities that affect the functioning of the cardiovascular system. Interventional cardiologists have advanced expertise and experience in preventing heart disease and complications such as stroke and heart failure.
Patients should contact an interventional cardiologist if they have symptoms or conditions such as chest, shoulder, arm, neck, or jaw pain, dizziness, palpitations or rapid heartbeat, fainting, shortness of breath, or chest tightness. is needed.
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