Clinical Programs Available at Cardiac Solutions

Cardiac Solutions makes it easy for the residents of Glendale, Avondale, Peoria, Sun City and Sun City West to manage their cardiac conditions and promote their best heart health. For the convenience and care of our patients, we offer several clinical programs aimed at educating participants and their caregivers on how to control / reduce common heart-related problems. Here are just a few we offer at our different locations. Our programs and clinics teach individuals about the diagnosis, actions to take to avoid hospitalizations and serious cardiac problems in the future so they can have a better outcome and enjoy the things they like to do.  You can find out more below.

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Anticoagulation Management Program
Heart attacks and strokes often arise as the result of clots that prevent blood from reaching the heart or brain. To alleviate the risk of blood clots, heart doctors might prescribe anticoagulants, which are drugs that thin the blood for prevent these blood clots. They also may prescribe them for an irregular heartbeat.  As important as these medications can be to overall health, patients must take special care when taking them for their. Our anticoagulation management program helps participants learn more about how these drugs work, why they are taking it and what safety precautions to take when using the drug as well as the management of the drug.

Cholesterol Management Program
High cholesterol is a common risk factor for many and can be an issue for heart-related conditions, including  heart attacks . It is possible to prevent or reduce high cholesterol by following healthy lifestyle habits. The cholesterol management program at Cardiac Solutions can help participants learn how their diet and exercise regimens can lessen their risk of high cholesterol. Our program can also inform patients about how to use cholesterol management medication to stabilize their condition.

Implantable Device Clinic
Individuals with some heart conditions and with serious heart arrhythmias may undergo treatment that uses a pacemaker or defibrillator to control the rate at which the heart beats. Though these devices prove integral to the health of those with arrhythmias and heart problems, heart doctors must regularly assess their functionality for the health and safety of the patients. Our implantable device clinic allows our cardiologists to monitor the health statuses of our pacemaker and defibrillator patients..

Would you like to  learn more  about our clinical programs? If so, call Cardiac Solutions at (623) 208-5305. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff would be happy to address your questions and concerns.

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