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AORTA REPAIR WITH CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A surgical procedure to treat a weakened portion of the aorta. An inpatient diagnostic cardiac catheterization is performed to evaluate your cardiac disease. The surgical procedure involves the replacement of the non-functioning portion of the aorta with a graft to restore blood flow and oxygenation.
AORTA REPAIR WITHOUT CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A surgical procedure to treat a weakened portion of the aorta that involves the replacement of the weakened portion of the aorta with a graft to restore blood flow and oxygenation.
AORTIC VALVE REPLACE, REPAIR WITH CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A surgical procedure to treat diseases affecting the aortic valve. An inpatient diagnostic cardiac catheterization is performed to evaluate your cardiac disease. The surgical procedure involves the repair or replacement of aortic valve leaflets or the entire aortic valve to restore blood flow and oxygenation.
AORTIC VALVE REPLACE, REPAIR WITHOUT CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A surgical procedure to treat diseases affecting the aortic valve that involves the repair or the replacement of the aortic valve leaflets, or the entire aortic valve to restore blood flow and oxygenation.
C A D INSERTION, ADULT
Cardiac or circulatory assist devices are artificial devices that perform some or all of the functions of the heart. They vary in design and indication but are typically used to provide either partial or full support for a heart that is unable to function adequately. They are used as a bridge to transplant, to recovery and in destination therapy. The goal of destination therapy is to support heart function and improve the quality of life for the rest of the patient's life. They can support either the left or right ventricles independently or both simultaneously. They are commonly referred to as LVAD, RVAD, and BiVAD.
C A D INSERTION, PEDIATRIC
Cardiac or circulatory assist devices are artificial devices that perform some or all of the functions of the heart. They vary in design and indication but are typically used to provide either partial or full support for a heart that is unable to function adequately. They are used as a bridge to transplant, to recovery and in destination therapy. The goal of destination therapy is to support heart function and improve the quality of life for the rest of the patient's life. They can support either the left or right ventricles independently or both simultaneously. They are commonly referred to as LVAD, RVAD, and BiVAD.
CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A procedure to determine how well your heart is functioning and to diagnose any possible cardiac disease. The procedure involves the insertion of a catheter into an artery most often in the groin or arms and threading it to a coronary blood vessel. Dye is inserted through the catheter and then radiological pictures are taken to determine if there is any cardiac disease.
CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY WITH 1-3 DRUG ELUTING STENT(S)
A minimally invasive procedure to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels that supply blood to the heart. The procedure involves inserting and inflating a tiny balloon in the coronary arteries to open a narrowed or blocked portion, and placing one to three small medicine embedded metal mesh stents in the blocked artery, to restore normal blood flow to the heart and prevent the artery from closing over time.
CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY WITH 1-3 NON-DRUG ELUTING STENT(S)
A minimally invasive procedure to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels that supply blood to the heart. The procedure involves inserting and inflating a tiny balloon in the coronary arteries to open a narrowed or blocked portion, and placing one to three stents in the blocked artery, to restore normal blood flow to the heart and prevent the artery from closing over time.
CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY WITH 4+ DRUG ELUTING STENT(S)
A minimally invasive procedure to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels that supply blood to the heart. The procedure involves inserting and inflating a tiny balloon in the coronary arteries to open a narrowed or blocked portion of the artery, and placing four or more small medicine-embedded metal mesh-stents in the blocked coronary artery, to increase oxygen flow to the heart and prevent the artery from closing over time.
CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY WITH 4+ NON-DRUG ELUTING STENT(S)
A minimally invasive procedure to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels that supply blood to the heart. The procedure involves inserting and inflating a tiny balloon in the coronary arteries to open a narrowed or blocked portion, and placing four or more stents in the blocked artery, to restore normal blood flow to the heart and prevent the artery from closing over time.
CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY WITHOUT STENTS
A minimally invasive procedure to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels that supply blood to the heart. The procedure involves inserting and inflating a tiny balloon in the coronary arteries to open the narrowed or blocked portion and restore normal blood flow to the heart.
CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS
A surgical procedure to restore blood flow to the heart. The surgical procedure uses a blood vessel(s) from another part of the body or made from synthetic fabric as a graft to go around or bypass the blocked or narrowed artery, to improve blood flow to the heart.
CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS WITH CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A surgical procedure to restore blood flow to the heart. An inpatient diagnostic cardiac catheterization is performed to evaluate your cardiac disease. The surgical procedure uses a blood vessel(s) from another part of the body or made from synthetic fabric as a graft to go around or bypass the blocked or narrowed artery to improve blood flow to the heart.
DEFIBRILLATOR INSERTION, INPATIENT
A procedure to treat an irregular heartbeat (Arrhythmia). The procedure involves the implantation of a cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) to track heart rate and keep the heart beating regularly by sending an electric shock to return the heart to regular rhythm.
MITRAL VALVE REPLACE, REPAIR WITH CARDIAC CATHETRIZATION
A surgical procedure to treat diseases affecting the mitral heart valve. An inpatient diagnostic cardiac catheterization is performed to evaluate your cardiac disease. The surgical procedure involves the repair or replacement of mitral valve leaflets, or the entire mitral valve to restore blood flow and oxygenation.
MITRAL VALVE REPLACE, REPAIR WITHOUT CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A surgical procedure to treat diseases affecting the mitral valve that involves the repair or the replacement of mitral leaflets or the entire mitral valve to restore blood flow and oxygenation.
PACEMAKER INSERTION, INPATIENT
A procedure to treat an irregular heartbeat (Arrhythmia) particularly a slow heartbeat. The procedure involves the implantation of a pacemaker to sense heart rate and keep the heart beating regularly, by sending electrical signals to the heart when needed.
PTCA FOLLOWED BY CORONARY BYPASS
In extremely rare situations during a PTCA [percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty, a minimally invasive surgical procedure to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels that supply blood to the heart], closing of an artery may occur suddenly or the dislodging of a blood clot may occur in a way that blocks the artery entirely. If this occurs, a coronary bypass surgery may be required.
PULMONARY VALVE REPLACE REPAIR WITH CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A surgical procedure to treat diseases affecting the pulmonary heart valve. An inpatient diagnostic cardiac catheterization is performed to evaluate your cardiac disease. The surgical procedure involves the repair or the replacement of the pulmonary leaflets or the entire pulmonary valve to restore blood flow and oxygenation.
PULMONARY VALVE REPLACE, REPAIR W/ O CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A surgical procedure to treat diseases affecting the pulmonary valve that involves the repair or the replacement of the pulmonary leaflets or the entire pulmonary valve to restore blood flow and oxygenation.
TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT, T A V R
A minimally invasive procedure to treat a narrowed aortic valve that fails to open properly. The procedure involves placing a replacement valve over the native valve to restore proper blood flow.
TRICUSPID VALVE REPLACE, REPAIR W/ O CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A surgical procedure to treat diseases affecting the tricuspid valve that involves the repair or replacement of tricuspid leaflets or tricuspid valve, to restore blood flow and oxygenation.
TRICUSPID VALVE REPLACE, REPAIR WITH CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
A surgical procedure to treat diseases affecting the tricuspid valve. An inpatient diagnostic cardiac catheterization is performed to evaluate your cardiac disease. The surgical procedure involves the repair or replacement of the tricuspid leaflets, or the entire tricuspid valve to restore blood flow and oxygenation.