Diagnosing Cardiovascular Disease
Our comprehensive, high tech diagnostic procedures can accurately and efficiently diagnose heart diseases.
- Calcium Score Screening
- Cardiac CT
- Cardiac MRI
- Echocardiogram/Cardiac Ultrasound
- Electrocardiogram (EKG/ECG)
- Cardiac Nuclear Medicine
- Stress Testing/Treadmill Study (Exercise Electrocardiogram)
Symptoms of a heart condition often begin slowly. At first they may only occur when you are very active. But over time, breathing problems and other symptoms may be noticed even while you are resting. Symptoms of heart failure, on the other hand, may begin very suddenly, often after a heart attack.
Heart and vascular diseases typically develop slowly throughout a person's
lifetime and affect the heart or surrounding blood vessels including:
- Heart chambers
- Heart valves
- Heart lining
- Coronary arteries and veins
- The heart's electrical system
- Peripheral vessels especially those in the arms and legs
- The heart muscle itself
Spectrum Health Heart & Vascular Center at Holland Hospital
John Gribar, MD, Spectrum Health Heart & Vascular Center discusses heart and vascular concerns and tips to maintain cardiovascular health.