Cardiac Catheterization

Cardiac catheterization is typically an outpatient procedure used to help diagnose coronary disease. The procedure involves inserting a long narrow tube, called a catheter, into the patient's artery and moving it to the heart, where physicians use it to take pictures and gather information.

Methodist Fremont Health's Cardiac Cath Lab provides sophisticated diagnostic and interventional treatment of cardiac and peripheral vascular diseases. The cutting-edge system provides higher resolution images and results in less radiation exposure.