The 64-slice CT scanner allows us to non-invasively image the coronary arteries and other vessels.
The Anticoagulation Clinic is a service established to monitor and manage the medications that you take to prevent blood clots.
Atrial Fibrillation (AF) is widely known as the most common sustained cardiac arrhythmia.
The Cardiovascular Health and Lipid Clinic is committed to working to prevent the development and progression of coronary and vascular disease using a holistic approach including risk assessment, lifestyle changes and medical treatment.
CHI Health Nebraska Heart's Chest Pain Center (CPC) is designed to provide you with access to around-the-clock care and counseling following your discharge from the hospital.
The surgical treatment of coronary artery disease is Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery.
Echocardiogram can help evaluate a heart murmur, diagnose the extent of heart valve conditions, and more.
When there is an irregularity--whether the heart is beating too fast or too slow or possibly erratically--then an arrhythmia or heart rhythm disorder can occur.
The Nebraska Heart Institute provides a comprehensive program of cardiology services.
If you’re experiencing heart failure symptoms, time is on your mind. Nearly three decades of innovation have resulted in proven therapies for heart failure, which affects one in five adults age 40 and older.
CHI Health Nebraska Heart and Nebraska Heart Institute physicians and staff stand ready to assist patients and their primary care physician in the treatment of heart valve disease.
Holter monitoring provides a recording of every heartbeat over a 24 hour or more period.
CHI Health Nebraska Heart provides patients with a convenient location for a number of non-invasive cardiac imaging procedures.
Evaluation of Cardiac Function with Radionuclide Ventriculography – MUGA is a non-invasive study, which provides information about the pumping function of the heart.
Nuclear cardiology studies use non-invasive techniques to assess myocardial blood flow, evaluate the pumping function of the heart as well as visualize the size and location of a heart attack.
We believe healing is a ministry and our mission is to provide high quality care for the body, mind and spirit of every person.
Learn what to expect when getting a pacemaker.
Studies undertaken by Nebraska Heart are carefully selected to ensure that all offer a possible benefit to the patient previously unavailable and achieve scientific merit.
A stent is a small metal coil or mesh tube that is placed in a narrowed artery to hold it open, which helps improve blood flow to your heart.
The structural heart program is a collaborative effort of physicians working together to provide innovative heart treatment solutions and the best possible outcomes for our patients with even the most complex structural heart diseases.
Surgeons with the Nebraska Heart Institute perform a variety of procedures to treat cardiac, vascular, and thoracic diseases.
For patients who have been deemed inoperable for traditional open-heart surgery by a surgeon, transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is available as a treatment option.
When performing TMR with a low powered Holmium:YAG laser, a qualified cardiac surgeon delivers precise laser energy directly to the target area(s) of the heart muscle.
A treadmill stress test consists of a patient walking on a treadmill and exercising until they cannot continue.
Learn more about options for repairing heart valves.
If arteries become diseased, they may not be able to carry enough blood flow. Symptoms of vascular disease are dependent upon which artery is diseased.
The Nebraska Heart Vein Clinic provides screenings and treatment options for those suffering from varicose veins.
Statistics show that women are at risk for heart disease just as much as men. NHI Women's Heart Program includes a full range of services for women.