Services & Treatments
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology is a treatment of abnormal heart disorders. Cardiologists specializing in this area are referred to as electrophysiologists. Electrophysiologists are trained in the mechanics and function of the electrical activities of the heart and specialize in the use of pacemakers, defibrillators and more.
A clinical trial is a medical research study used to develop and evaluate the effectiveness of new treatments and therapies. Many of the medicines and procedures commonly used today are possible because of past clinical trial research.
Patients at Renown Regional Medical Center receive life-saving treatments within 47 minutes of a heart attack. Our two accredited Chest Pain Centers are your first destination for when you or a loved one experience symptoms of a possible heart attack.
We are committed to providing the highest quality heart and vascular care in the region. Ongoing wellness education, advanced early detection techniques, Nurse Navigators
, skilled staff with advanced technology, and dedicated recovery teams are all part of our continuum of heart care.
Nonsurgical Heart Treatments
Most interventional cardiology procedures involve the insertion of an X-ray-guided catheter into the leg or wrist to take pictures of heart arteries or vascular.
Because these procedures are minimally invasive, patients benefit from decreased pain, shorter recovery time and less scarring.
We've implemented new methods for preventing and treating heart disease, including the physician-guided da Vinci Robotic Surgical System
. Surgeons and nurses want to improve the quality of life of people who need coronary artery bypass and heart valve surgery as well as many other heart and blood vessel conditions.
We have the region’s only D-SPECT Heart Cameras to rule out heart attacks faster and more comfortably. Our Cardiac MRI treatment is a valuable tool for early diagnosis. Our team uses sophisticated diagnostic, detection and treatment techniques to ensure that patients receive the best care quickly. With early detection, patients can make important lifestyle changes that have been proven to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke.
We offer ongoing prevention strategies and individualized care plans to reduce heart attack and stroke risk and manage diseases of the blood vessels, arteries and veins. If you have been diagnosed with vascular disease, or have been told you have risk factors for heart and vascular disease, our team of specialists provide support and guidance to help improve and maintain your health.