Cardiovascular Disease

Congestive Heart Failure

Heart failure is a condition where the heart fails to pump blood in order to maintain the metabolic needs of the body. As a result, the kidneys start retaining fluid in the body. Congestion occurs when the retained fluid builds up in the organs of the body and the condition is described as congestive heart failure.

Cholesterol Disorders

Cholesterol is a fat synthesized by your body and is present in your blood. It is used by your body to build healthy cells, produce hormones, vitamins and bile (to digest fat). Cholesterol is obtained from the food we eat.

Resistant Hypertension

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Metabolic Stress Testing

Metabolic stress testing is a screening tool used to evaluate cardiopulmonary function. You are instructed not to eat, smoke, or drink caffeinated beverages or alcohol for 3 hours prior to the test.

Stress Testing with Mobile Stress Lab

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Lower Extremity Arterial Limb Salvage Intervention at our Office Based Lab

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) causes narrowing of the peripheral arteries, most commonly in the arteries of the pelvis and legs. Commonly found in people with diabetes and smokers, PAD shares the same underlying causes as coronary artery disease, carotid artery disease and Erectile dysfunction . All cause reduced blood flow to organs supplied by the affected arteries.

Lower Extremity Venous Studies/Intervention

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