Interventional Radiology

Invasive or interventional cardiology is the practice of using a catheter to treat structural heart diseases. Procedures include:


The widening of an obstructed blood vessel with a special, tightly folded balloon


The widening of a narrowed heart valve without requiring open heart surgery

Congenital Heart Disease Procedures

Repairing ventricular or atrial septal defects, occlusion of patent ductus arteriosus, angioplasty of great vessels

Coronary Thrombectomy

Removing blood clots from blood vessels

Coronary Stents

A special metal tube inserted to widen a blood vessel