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At UnityPoint Health – Trinity, our experts work to keep heart problems from slowing you down. We use cardiac catheterization to diagnose and treat many issues, including blocked arteries and valve disease.
Our deep experience with this minimally invasive technique helps you achieve excellent results. Many people go home the same day and get back to their regular activities after a short recovery.
Catheterization is also known as heart catheterization. It uses thin, flexible tubes and real-time imaging to care for certain heart problems. We insert catheters through a small incision in your groin or wrist and advance them through a blood vessel to the heart.
Sophisticated instruments at the catheter tip enable us to deliver a broad range of services that include:
At Trinity Heart Center, you receive services from cardiologists specializing in catheter-based techniques (interventional cardiology). Many interventional cardiologists completed additional training through fellowships. Our doctors hold themselves to high care standards so that you can count on us for safe, personalized care.
Highlights of our program include:
Following a qualifying heart event or procedure, you may need cardiac rehabilitation. Our nationally recognized program has a successful track record of helping people adopt a heart-healthy lifestyle. Completing the program allows you to feel your best while lowering the risk of needing other procedures. Learn more about cardiac rehabilitation.
Trinity offers a broad range of catheterization procedures, such as:
Our surgeons repair a weak spot (aneurysm) in the body's largest artery, the aorta. In an unrepaired aneurysm, the force of blood flow causes the aneurysm to balloon outward. Eventually, the aneurysm may rupture, causing life-threatening complications. We strengthen the weak spot with a stent, an implantable mesh device that reinforces aorta walls.
We provide surgical options for people who have an abnormal heartbeat (arrhythmia), when medications are not successful in controlling it. Procedures we offer include:
Interventional cardiologists use diagnostic catheterization to learn more about your heart structures and function. This information helps us diagnose problems and recommend the right treatments for you.
If you have coronary artery disease (narrowing in the heart's blood vessels), angioplasty can restore blood flow.
Coronary angioplasty procedures we offer include:
Following angioplasty, a stent prevents a diseased artery from narrowing again. A stent is a tiny mesh tube that expands to support the artery walls. Stents often have medication in them to prevent scarring that can cause blockages.
If aortic valve stenosis keeps your heart valve from working as it should, you might be a candidate for TAVR. Instead of open surgery, this innovative treatment uses catheter-based techniques to install a replacement valve that works as it should.
We widen narrowed valves or arteries by inserting a tiny collapsed balloon into the passage. Then cardiologists expand the balloon inside your blood vessel, pushing abnormal tissue out of the way.
Connect with a member of our cardiovascular team by calling us at 309-779-5340.