Drexel Cardiology Meets Your Heart Health Needs
No matter the nature of your issue—whether you're experiencing shortness of breath and chest discomfort or you have a family history of heart disease and want to "play it safe"—Drexel Cardiology is here for you. Our cardiologists have extensive training and experience, as well as the resources of Drexel Medicine, to ensure that you receive the best care possible. We offer a full range of cardiovascular diagnostic and treatment services at several convenient Philadelphia area locations, delivering comprehensive patient-driven service.
Our cardiologists evaluate and treat patients with known or suspected heart disorders and help them to prevent ongoing cardiac problems. In addition to diagnosis and treatment, we counsel patients on health risk factors and the lifestyle changes that can be made to ensure health and longevity.
Other services offered by Drexel cardiologists include:
- Management of lipid disorders (such as high cholesterol and high triglyceride levels)
- Post-surgical recovery
- Referrals to subspecialists (those who evaluate and treat heart rhythm disorders)
- Development of treatment plans with primary care providers
- Advanced heart failure care
Non-Invasive Cardiac Diagnostic Services
Drexel cardiologists know that effective treatment begins with an accurate diagnosis. We offer several non-invasive cardiac diagnostic testing services including nuclear cardiology, cardiac CT, and MRI. All testing is performed by registered cardiac technologists, and studies are read and interpreted on site by experienced cardiologists.
Non-invasive diagnostic services include:
Invasive and Interventional Cardiology Services
Cardiac catheterization serves as a valuable tool for diagnosing and treating many heart and vascular conditions. In Drexel Cardiology's cardiac catheterization lab, our board-certified interventional cardiologists use this minimally invasive approach to accurately determine the presence of coronary artery disease, valvular heart disease, congestive heart failure, and certain congenital heart defects. When a patient's condition requires intervention to clear a blocked artery, our interventional cardiologists perform these catheter-based treatment approaches:
The information on these pages is provided for general information only and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment, or as a substitute for consultation with a physician or health care professional. If you have specific questions or concerns about your health, you should consult your health care professional.
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