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UnityPoint Health – Trinity makes it easier for you to access comprehensive care for common and complex cardiovascular diseases. Highly skilled heart specialists deliver a broad range of services, including advanced testing, personalized treatments and sophisticated therapies. These capabilities help you get more of the services you need without traveling great distances.
Heart problems we treat include:
When your heart isn't getting enough oxygen, it causes chest pain. The pain may extend to your jaw, back or arms. Angina is a symptom of other heart problems, some of which can be life-threatening. We pinpoint the source of your pain, so you receive care that brings relief and lowers your risk of complications. Read more about Trinity Heart Center.
Your aortic valve has tissue flaps that snap open and shut to release blood from the heart out to the body. With aortic valve stenosis, the leaflets become stiff, limiting their movement and the amount of blood passing through. We offer innovative treatments, including transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR).
Arrhythmias occur when the heart beats abnormally fast or slow. These problems may also cause an irregular heartbeat. There are many types of arrhythmias, and they start in different areas of the heart. You receive appropriate testing to accurately diagnose the arrhythmia and how severe it is. Find out more about heart testing.
AFib is a common arrhythmia that happens when the heart's upper and lower chambers don't work in a coordinated manner. With AFib, the heart doesn't pump as much oxygen-rich blood out to your body. You may feel tired or dizzy, experience blood clots or be at higher risk of cardiac arrest. We offer sophisticated treatment options, including the WATCHMAN Device for AFib not due to heart valve issues.
Coronary artery disease is a group of heart problems affecting the arteries that deliver oxygen-rich blood to the heart. Detecting and treating these issues in their early stages may prevent a heart attack. If we suspect a narrowed artery, catheterization procedures allow you to receive a precise diagnosis and timely treatment, if necessary. Explore cardiac catheterization.
With heart failure, the heart can no longer pump enough blood to meet the body's needs. Our heart failure coordinator, an experienced cardiac nurse, provides personalized support. The coordinator works with you to manage your care, including assistance with specialist referrals and care instructions.
Valve disease is a group of conditions that include stiff, leaky and worn-out heart valves. When valves don't work as they should, it affects blood's ability to flow through the heart and out to the body. Our heart surgeons and cardiologists work together to plan and deliver the therapies that are best for you. Meet our heart team.
Connect with a member of our cardiovascular team by calling us at 309-779-5340.