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Cardiology in Humble TX

Wellspire Medical Group knows the heart is the powerhouse of the human body and that’s why we are dedicated to providing the greatest care and are the best Cardiologist in Humble, TX. We work to reduce risk factors, identify and track symptoms of heart disease and strengthen the health of your body’s most important organ.

Utilizing our amazing facility, we work closely with you to make sure you are receiving the most out of your treatment. Whether you are trying to manage your cholesterol, blood pressure, seek management for congestive heart failure or receive cardiovascular diagnostic testing, we are committed to providing you with the top Cardiovascular Care in Humble, TX.

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  • Invasive Diagnostic Testing
Arrhythmias
Any deviation from your heart’s normal beating pattern can be defined as Arrhythmia. If the heart is beating erratically, too fast or too slow it will throw off it’s ability to effectively pump blood to the rest of your body, putting you and your other organs at risk.

Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial fibrillation, also known as AFib, is a condition that causes an irregular, frequently too rapid, heartbeat. Having AFib increases your risk for blood clots, strokes, heart failure and other heart-related complications.
Cardiomyopathy
Cardiomyopathy is a disease that causes the heart muscle to swell, become thick or rigid and can even harden the muscle into scar tissue. It weakens the heart and makes it difficult for it pump blood through the body in a healthy rhythm.
Chest Pain / Angina
Angina is chest pain caused by reduced blood flow to the heart. It is most often characterized by a squeezing, heavy pressure or tightness in your chest. Angina is typically a symptom of an underlying condition and should be reviewed by a medical professional.
Congestive Heart Failure
Congestive Heart Failure, also know as CHF, is a condition that affects the heart’s ability to pump blood adequately enough to serve the body’s needs. Fatigue, inability to exercise for healthy lengths of time, shortness of breath and more side effects are all associated with CHF.
Coronary Artery Disease
Coronary artery disease, also known as CAD, is the most common affliction to the heart in the United States. CAD occurs when there is blockage in the arteries that supply blood to the heart. Buildup occurs from cholesterol and plaque on the inner walls of the pathways.
Hyperlipidemia (High Cholesterol)
Hyperlipidemia occurs when your blood has too much fat in it, which raises your cholesterol levels. As the blood flows through your veins and arteries the fat leaves deposits in it’s path which cause blockages and narrowed pathways.
Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is a condition where the force of your blood flow against your artery walls is too high and can lead to serious health problems like heart disease. Obesity, consuming too much alcohol, smoking and genetics all play a role in determining your risk.
Valve Disorders
There are several types of disorders that affect the heart’s valves. Heart’s have flaps that open and then close with each heartbeat, this is how blood flow’s through upper and lower chambers then to the rest of your body. Anything that restricts this process is a valve disorder.

Electrocardiogram (EKG)
Also known as an electrocardiogram, EKGs are used to measure the status of your heart and check for heart disease or any other irregularity using small electrode patches that are attached to your chest and limbs.

Exercise Stress Test
A stress echocardiogram is a test designed to put your heart through physical stress in order to determine how well your heart and blood vessels are working when your body is pumping blood at a high rate. Generally, this is measured while the patient is on a treadmill or stationary bike.
Cardiac Nuclear Stress Test
A nuclear stress test uses radioactive dye and an imaging machine to develop pictures showing the heart blood flow. This particular test measures blood flow while your resting and are exerting yourself, showing areas with poor blood flow or heart damage. A nuclear stress test is one of several types of stress tests that can be performed alone or in combination. As compared with an exercise stress test, a nuclear stress test may better determine your risk of a heart attack or any other cardiac event.
Holter and event monitoring for rhythm disturbances
Holter and event monitoring is very similar to an EKG. Small electrodes are attached to your body to monitor the health and activity of your heart but unlike an EKG these tests are generally recording for 24-48 hours at a time.
Echocardiogram
An echocardiogram is an ultrasound test that can determine the structures of the heart, as well as the blood flow direction. Medical technicians specially trained in echocardiography produce the images and videos, typically using a special probe or transducer that is placed in various places on the chest wall, to view the different directions of the heart. Cardiologists, or heart technicians, are trained to evaluate these images to determine heart function and provide a report of the test results.
Doppler Ultrasound
A Doppler ultrasound is a noninvasive test that is used to estimate the blood flow through your blood vessels by bouncing high-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) off circulation of red blood cells. A Doppler ultrasound can determine how fast blood flows by measuring the rate of change in its pitch. During a Doppler ultrasound, a trained medical technician in ultrasound imaging (sonographer) controls a small hand-held device (transducer), hovering against your skin over the area of your body being examined.
Vascular Ultrasound
Vascular ultrasounds are used to identify and locate any blockages in the arteries and veins, as well as any blood clots that may be present. Ultrasounds are helpful in this exploration because they aren’t harmful and can be used on soft tissue.
Pacemaker / Defibrillator Checks
Once a pacemaker or defibrillator is inserted into the body regular monitoring and testing is required to make sure your body is reacting positively to the device and that everything is working the way it is intended to.

Transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE)
Transesophageal echocardiogram is an alternative route to perform an echocardiogram. TEE’s are performed with a probe that is fashioned with an ultrasound transducer and is sent into the body through the esophagus.

Cardioversion
Cardioversion can be used to restore a heart with an irregular heartbeat back to a healthy rhythmic beat. This is done by a controlled electrical shock being administered to the heart that forces a change to regulate the pattern.
Coronary Angiography
Coronary angiography is a procedure using contrast dye for a specialized X-ray of the heart. It is used to determine if the heart’s coronary arteries are blocked or have been narrowed by fatty build up or plaque that could lead to serious medical complications and conditions.
Left and right Catheterization
Cardiac ventriculography is the process of measuring the volume of blood your heart is pumping. It is most commonly measured in the left ventricle but can be tested on both sides using an iodine-based contrast media.

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