Revere Health Cardiology in Nephi offers Central Utah residents convenient access to high-quality cardiovascular care. Our staff takes the time to educate patients on their diagnoses, lifestyles, and treatment options to promote increased heart health and quality of life. We value our patients’ ability to make their own healthcare decisions and work together to create cardiovascular care plans specific to their needs. We aim to provide comprehensive, high-quality, and cost-effective cardiovascular treatment for all heart-related conditions. Visit us today or ask your primary care provider more about Revere Health Cardiology in Nephi.
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Ultrasound waves are used to examine the functionality of the heart and diagnose heart diseases and disorders.
A procedure measuring heartbeat and blood pressure while exercising to determine the health of the heart and blood vessels.
Holter Monitor & Event Recording
A small battery-operated device that is used to record the heart’s activity for those who have irregular cardiac symptoms.
In-Office Lab Services for Cholesterol & Anticoagulation
Lab tests look at the blood’s ability and time it takes to clot, along with lipid levels related to cholesterol.
Your doctor will determine if demand pacing or rate-responsive pacing is a better fit for your needs.
An exercise test on the treadmill is a way to test the effect of exercise on your heart and your ability to breathe.
Treatment using laser energy to close varicose veins in the legs. It leaves no scars and relieves aches and pains.
Nuclear Diagnostic Imaging
Radioactive tracers are used to detect radiation the body. Digital images are generated and used to make a diagnosis.
Circulation equipment provides support to a patient’s circulatory or respiratory functions in certain heart procedures.
A scan that screens for damage in the bones, the spread of cancer and potential bone infections and trauma.
A hepatobiliary scan captures images of the liver, gallbladder and bile ducts to help diagnose medical conditions.
A simple imaging procedure using radio waves and magnets to capture detailed pictures of the heart and blood vessels.
Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterization
The process of introducing catheters into veins or arteries, then into either the left or right side of the heart.
Diagnostic Peripheral Angiography
A test that uses X-rays and dye to find narrowed or blocked areas in the arteries that supply blood to your legs.
This is a branch of cardiology that focuses on catheter-based treatment of structural heart diseases, including angioplasty and stent.
This opens the coronary arteries that supply blood to the heart. A stent is a tube that expands inside the coronary artery.
This surgery treatment uses a catheter with a sharp blade to remove plaques of fatty material from blood vessels.
The blocked area of the peripheral artery is removed through an inflated balloon within a catheter.
A specialty branch of physiology concerned with the study, diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders.
A procedure used to scar or destroy a small area of tissue in the heart that is causing abnormal rhythm.
A generator is placed on the left side of the chest, attached to a wire guided through a blood vessel to the heart.
This is a pager-sized device placed into the heart ventricles to help your heart keep beating effectively.
Biventricular Pacemaker Implantation
The lead tip of this specialized pacemaker is implanted and attached to the heart, helping heart failure patients.
Pacemaker Lead Extraction
Lead extraction through the femoral or subclavian vein.
Laser Lead Extraction
Special catheter-guided lasers help free the lead from the surrounding scar tissue.
Tilt Table Testing
Patients lie on a table that is slowly tilted upward, used to measure blood pressure, heart rate and gravity’s effect on the heart.
Emergency Inpatient Coverage
Admission to the hospital with a doctor’s order based on need of emergent, time-sensitive services.