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  • Cryoballoon

    Leadless Pacemaker

    A leadless pacemaker is used to treat patients experiencing irregular or slow heartbeat (bradycardia). Like other pacemakers, the leadless pacemaker sends electrical impulses to restore the heart’s rhythm and increase the heart rate.

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  • Cryoballoon

    Arctic Front Advance™ Cardiac Cryoballoon System

    Physicians at Willis-Knighton Cardiology are among the first in the Ark-La-Tex to treat patients who suffer from a common form of atrial fibrillation with the new Arctic Front Advance™ Cardiac Cryoballoon System. This innovative medical technology works by freezing the heart tissue around the pulmonary veins to help stop abnormal electrical activity that causes an irregular heartbeat.

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  • Balloon Angioplasty

    Balloon Angioplasty (Coronary Angioplasty)

    The coronary angioplasty procedure works by compressing the fatty build-up against the artery wall. A catheter with a tiny balloon is placed into the constriction. The cardiologist gently inflates the balloon. As the balloon expands, it compresses the plaque against the artery wall, thereby enlarging the opening. The balloon is then deflated and the catheter removed. The widening of the artery allows for increased blood flow to the regions of the heart served by the vessel.

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  • Rotablator Procedure

    Rotablator Procedures (Coronary Atherectomy)

    During a coronary atherectomy procedure, the cardiologist uses a catheter with a precision, rotating blade or burr at its tip to shave the plaque accumulation and open the blockage. Because there is still plaque after this procedure, the doctor inserts a balloon catheter to compress the remaining plaque against the artery wall (angioplasty procedure).

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  • Nuclear Stress Testing

    Nuclear Stress Testing

    This diagnostic procedure creates images of blood flow through the heart while the heart is at rest and while the heart is beating quickly from physical exertion. It can reveal the structural and functional health of the heart, and can help in the diagnosis of coronary artery disease or other heart conditions.

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