Rhode Island Interventional Cardiology | Cardiovascular …

Posted: December 23, 2018 at 5:43 pm

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Interventional cardiologists at the Lifespan Cardiovascular Institute offer a broad array of high-quality services unique in our area.

They specialize in treating patients who arrive in the early stages of a heart attack and excel in caring for acutely ill patients.

Our experts perform a high volume of emergency percutaneous coronary interventions for STEMI (ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction, commonly called a heart attack). Surgeons, advanced practice providers, nurses, technicians, and other specialists work together to give patients the best, most comprehensive care to help them achieve an optimal recovery.

Our physicians performed the first outpatient cardiac catheterization in New England and were among the first in the United States to perform angioplasty and rotational atherectomies and to insert stents.

Cardiac catheterization is used for therapeutic as well as diagnostic purposes. Interventional cardiology procedures include:

We are pioneers in the development of surgeries to diagnose and treat heart conditions as well as in many current techniques, strategies, and tools used to perform catheterizations. These advances have made the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease easier, safer, more accurate, and more effective.

We treat patients in four catheterization labs each at Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital, a 16-bed procedural care unit at The Miriam Hospital, and noninvasive echocardiography and vascular laboratories. Rhode Island Hospital has two state-of-the-art hybrid operating units that have cardiac catheterization labs within them.

Our physicians research includes investigation of new preventive medical therapies, balloons, stents, and other interventional devices for coronary and non-coronary vascular disease and structural heart disease; adjunctive pharmacologic therapies for acute coronary syndromes; and new therapies to improve the treatment of heart failure and cardiogenic shock, the most serious consequence of a heart attack.

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