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Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Irving

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At Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Irving, you can expect quality advanced care, diagnosis and treatment of heart and cardiovascular disease. The specialized Cardiology professionals on our staff take a team approach to rapid treatment of heart attacks, while our specialized services and innovative treatment options equip us to take on cardiology-related situations, from non-invasive diagnostic techniques to emergency procedures.

Baylor Scott & White – Irving recently completed a multi-phase renovation project including expanded surgical services and innovative cardiovascular suites, renovated heart and vascular services and advanced technology.

Our new cardiovascular suite features cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology (EP) labs. Through advanced equipment and innovative technology, these new labs can accommodate interventional techniques as well as complex cardiac and EP procedures.

Specialized Heart and Vascular Services

  • - Transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiography
  • - Electrocardiogram
  • - Nuclear and exercise stress testing
  • - Diagnostic heart catheterization procedures including right and left heart catheterizations and biopsies.
  • - Interventional coronary procedures including ballooning, stenting, and thrombectomy techniques.
  • - Intravascular coronary ultrasound and instantaneous wave-free ratio to assess coronary blood flow.
  • - Balloon pump and Impella support
  • - Diagnostic and Interventional peripheral procedures including ballooning, stenting, atherectomy techniques.
  • - Cardioversions
  • - Diagnostic electrophysiology studies
  • - Cryocath and RF Ablations for a multitude of rhythm issues.
  • - Implantable loop recorder procedures
  • - Permanent pacemaker / Implantable cardiac defibrillator (Single, Dual, and Bi-ventricular)
  • - Tilt table testing
  • - Abdominal aortic aneurysm stent grafting
  • - Carotid artery stenting
  • - Carotid endarterectomy
  • - High tech phone application replacing pagers so that EMS can notify hospital and call team with EKG prior to arrival.

For more information or a physician referral, please call 1.844.BSW.DOCS.

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Arrhythmia Program

The Arrhythmia Program at Baylor Scott & White – Irving has the capabilities to help pinpoint a variety of problems. The program brings together cardiovascular expertise and medical technology to treat irregular cardiac rhythms that affect the heart's ability to pump blood. Electrophysiology studies performed in the electrophysiology suite determine the location and cause of the arrhythmia.

Treatments offered include:

  • - Cardiac resynchronization therapy
  • - Catheter ablation
  • - Pacemakers
  • - Implanted cardioverter defibrillators

To learn more about the arrhythmia services or to find a physician on the medical staff at Baylor Scott & White – Irving, please call 1.844.BSW.DOCS.

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Congestive Heart Failure Program

 
 

The Congestive Heart Failure Clinic at Baylor Scott & White – Irving is available to help manage heart failure condition to avoid continuing cardiovascular problems or emergency room visits.

Patients who have weakened muscles due to heart attack or other cardiac condition visit the clinic once or twice a week as prescribed by their physician to help them with medications and infusions to improve their function and maintain their cardiac health.

The Congestive Heart Failure Clinic is located on the Baylor Scott & White – Irving campus at 2001 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, TX 75061, Suite 360, phone: 972.579.4200.

Cardiovascular Rehabilitation

The Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Baylor Scott & White – Irving has received national certification from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). This certification means that our program has met high quality standards put in place by the AACVPR for providing cardiac rehabilitation services for our patients.

Have you been recently diagnosed with a heart problem? Have you just experienced a heart attack, angioplasty or bypass surgery? Are you and your family wondering about the next step in your recovery? Baylor can provide you with an answer. By participating in cardiac rehabilitation, you can start yourself on the road to recovery.

Cardiac rehabilitation's main goal is to assist you in developing a healthy lifestyle plan. Your plan will include major components of physical activity, education, stress management and nutrition counseling.

Monitored physical activity allows you to increase the efficiency of your heart and lungs, strengthen your body's muscles, and at the same time, help you gain the confidence you need to return to the daily activities you most enjoy. Activity sessions are designed to meet your personal needs, interests and abilities.

Based upon each individual's personal goals, the benefits received from cardiac rehabilitation may vary. Your benefits may include:

  • - Strengthening and conditioning of your heart and lungs
  • - Controlling your weight and lowering your total cholesterol levels
  • - Understanding your medications, the signs and symptoms of heart disease and when to seek medical attention
  • - Increase your self-confidence
  • - Laying the groundwork for the development of a healthier lifestyle
  • - Reducing your symptoms and chances of experiencing another cardiac event
  • - An earlier return to work and daily activities
  • - Developing coping and stress reduction skills, as well as relaxation techniques
  • - Providing emotional support for you and your family

Our program is carefully designed to accommodate the individual needs of every cardiac patient. Participants typically spend three to 12 weeks in cardiac rehabilitation, attending three sessions per week. The length of your program may depend upon your goals, the progress of your recovery or your physician's recommendation.

During the activity sessions, the cardiac rehabilitation program team will monitor you with an electrocardiograph (ECG) telemetry unit that will keep them informed of how you and your heart are reacting and adapting to activity. You'll also learn how to take your pulse, determine your exercise intensity and exercise at a level that allows you to receive maximum benefits.

Contact the Heart and Vascular Wellness Center at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Irving by calling 972.579.4260 for assistance with your program. Entrance into the program will require a physician referral. If you feel you could benefit from Baylor Scott & White – Irving's cardiac rehabilitation services, discuss the program with your physician and request a referral.

The Heart and Vascular Wellness Center is located on the Baylor Scott & White – Irving campus at 2001 N. MacArthur Blvd., Suite 140, Irving, TX 75061, 972.579.4260.

For more information about the cardiovascular services at Baylor Scott & White – Irving or for a physician referral, please call 1.844.BSW.DOCS or search our online physician directory.

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