Procedures & Testing

From simple to complex cardiac diseases, diagnostic testing is the key to ensuring an accurate cardiac diagnosis. With the advancements of cardiac diagnostic testing, imaging and ultrasound technology, Queen’s Heart is able to see the heart in action, and in some cases, provide a three dimensional (3D) image to guide our treatment of your cardiac disease.

Learn more about specific diagnostic testing, what to expect and how to prepare. If you have recently been scheduled for a procedure at Queen’s Heart, please review this information carefully before arriving for your test.

Echocardiograms, sometimes called echocardiography or a cardiac ultrasound, use sound waves to produce real-time images of the size, shape, movement and blood flow of your heart.

 

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Electrocardiology involves monitoring and recording the heart’s activity over a period of time. 

 

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A Vascular Ultrasound, sometimes called a duplex study, is a non-invasive test used to examine the circulation in your blood vessels to various parts of the body.

 

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