Cardiovascular services in Logan, Utah
Our doctors offer a range of specialty cardiovascular services for adult patients with cardiac conditions—those that affect the heart and blood vessels. From testing and treatment to prevention and rehabilitation, our experienced and highly skilled staff is trained to take care of the unique needs of heart and vascular patients and their families.
For more information about Cache Valley Hospital’s cardiology services, call us at (855) 413-7829.
Heart diseases and conditions we treat
Whether you are at risk for heart disease, struggle with a heart or vascular condition or are already committed to a heart-healthy lifestyle, we can help. We offer personalized, effective treatments and resources to prevent, alleviate and often eliminate cardiovascular disease and heart conditions, including:
- Heart attack, chest pain and other emergency heart conditions
- Heart disease, including coronary artery disease
- Heart valve disease and disorders
- Irregular heartbeats or arrhythmias
- Structural or congenital heart defects
- Vascular disease
We find that people commonly wait hours or even days before seeking care for heart attack symptoms. Additionally, many people head to the hospital in a car instead of calling 911. This is dangerous for many reasons, including that the longer you wait, the more damage can be done.
When you call 911, ambulances will bring you to us and use advanced technology to enable our teams to diagnose a heart attack while you are in transit. This allows us to take fast action and treat you as quickly and effectively possible.
When heart attacks are treated quickly, heart muscle and lives are saved. We encourage you to learn the symptoms, practice CPR and don't hesitate to call 911 if you think someone is having a heart attack.
Cardiovascular disease is responsible for one in four deaths in the U.S., according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It's critical to understand if you are at risk of developing this disease and to get diagnosed quickly. Talk to your doctor about heart disease if you have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, peripheral artery disease (PAD), diabetes or obesity.
Our cardiologists and heart specialists can recognize early signs of heart disease and create a treatment plan to minimize or even fully treat the disease.
Issues with your heart and lungs are often related because these organs work so closely together in your body. That is why we offer a cardiopulmonary program as part of our lung care services. Here, we provide advanced support and treatments for these complex conditions.
If a teen or adult suddenly collapses and is not breathing, you could save them by knowing this heart-smart version of a popular tune.
- Call 911.
- Push hard and fast in the center of the chest to the beat of "Stayin' Alive" — the perfect rhythm for hands-only CPR.
Continue compressions until help arrives. To avoid tiring quickly, lock your elbows and keep your arms straight and your shoulders down in a relaxed position (not up by your ears). Use your body weight, not your arms, to push. If another person is there, you can take turns if you need a rest.
Here are some great videos from the American Heart Association to help you learn hands-only CPR:
Learn Hands-Only CPR from the American Red Cross
Cardiology at MountainStar Healthcare
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