Advanced heart and vascular care is right in the neighborhood at Mainland Medical Center in Texas City. We provide a full range of services to help people prevent, treat, and recover from heart disease, stroke, and peripheral vascular disease such as DVT (blood clots in the deep veins).
From screenings to diagnostic cardiac catheterization, from angioplasty to rehabilitation, Mainland’s services have earned a reputation of excellence.
Because Mainland Medical Center is a campus of Clear Lake Regional Medical Center (CLRMC), patients have seamlessly access to Clear Lake’s cardiac care resources, including The Heart & Vascular Hospital.
Our Heart and Vascular specialties include surgery, cardiopulmonary testing and treatment and interventional cardiology and catheterization.
As of 2010, about 1.5 million adults in Texas were living with cardiovascular disease (CVD). In 2009, about 29% of Texas adults had high blood pressure and nearly 41% had high cholesterol, putting them at higher risk of heart disease and stroke.
Texas City is no exception, which is why Mainland Medical Center is committed to bringing the latest prevention, diagnosis and treatment options to our community.
Heart & Vascular Testing
Mainland Medical Center offers a full range of cardiovascular diagnostic and imaging tests, including:
- Echocardiograms, including digital and transesophageal echocardiograms
- EKG (electrocardiograms)
- Stress testing, nuclear stress testing and stress echo testing
- Tilt table tests
- Peripheral vascular ultrasound
- Waveform analysis
- Venous mapping
- Carotid flow evaluation
- Nuclear cardiology
Cardiopulmonary services evaluated how and treat issues with the heart and lungs. Mainland Medical Center’s cardiopulmonary services include:
- Evaluation of cardiopulmonary function
- Treatment of cardiopulmonary impairment
- Assessment of treatment effectiveness
- Care of patients with deficiencies and abnormalities associated with the cardiopulmonary system
- Pulmonary function testing
- Arterial blood gas analysis
Chest Pain Care
The most commonly reported symptom of a heart attack is chest pain. While not all chest pain means a heart attack, if it is a cardiac event, every second counts.
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