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Baylor Medical Center at Carrollton is here for your heart. The focus of our heart and vascular care program is to get patients with conditions affecting the heart and vascular system back to living life to its fullest. The cardiologists and vascular surgeons on our medical staff–along with other members of our highly trained heart care team–understand the importance of providing accurate diagnoses, effective treatments and the right skills to manage heart and vascular disease.
Baylor Carrollton is dedicated to serving the health care needs of Carrollton. In that endeavor, we continue to expand services that are important to you. Baylor Carrollton is proud to announce the opening of our cardiac catheterization lab in February 2013. This means that Baylor Carrollton now offers advanced diagnosis, treatment and care of cardiovascular disease, from non-invasive diagnostic techniques to emergency procedures.
Carrollton residents will benefit from the addition of services when both planned and emergency heart care is needed. Patients seeking immediate medical attention when they experience heart-related symptoms benefit from early intervention, and now, that is closer than ever.
Baylor Carrollton takes a team approach to rapidly treating heart attacks. We are dedicated to providing advanced, quality care to patients with chest pain.
Our heart and vascular capabilities include, but are not limited to:
We offer a variety of services for those concerned about cardiac, vascular and pulmonary health. With our advanced medical equipment and experienced medical staff you can expect quality care.
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Peripheral vascular disease, or PVD, is the same disease as cardiovascular disease but in the arteries outside the heart.
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Heart failure, also called congestive heart failure, is a condition in which the heart cannot pump enough oxygenated blood to meet the needs of the body's other organs. The heart keeps pumping, but not as efficiently as a healthy heart. Usually, the heart's diminished capacity to pump reflects a progressive, underlying condition.
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