The TriHealth Heart Institute is Cincinnati's leader in minimally invasive heart care, and performs more cardiac robotic procedures than any area hospital. We combine expertise and research with innovative, state-of-the-art treatment options, to get you back to your normal life as soon as possible.
Read success stories from our patients to discover why we're at the forefront:
Minimally Invasive Treatment Options: The Benefit
Less invasive treatment options offer countless benefits to the patient, including:
- Less risk of infection
- Less blood loss and need for blood transfusions
- Shorter hospital stay
- Significantly less pain and scarring
- Faster recovery
- Quicker return to normal activities
Minimally Invasive Treatment Options We Offer
We use stenting, which involves the placement of a tiny tube into your carotid artery, to treat abdominal aortic aneurysm, carotid artery disease and peripheral vascular disease.
TriHealth physicians offer the latest treatments for atrial fibrillation, giving patients an alternative to a lifetime of medications, expenses and side effects.
This procedure offers hope to patients with heart failure symptoms who cannot find relief from other medical modalities.
If you have a vascular condition causing artery blockages in the legs, your doctor may recommend drug releasing stents as a treatment option.
Thoracic endovascular aneurysm repair (TEVAR) is a minimally invasive procedure that helps protect an aneurysm from the pressure of blood flow.
To offer relief from atrial fibrillation, we provide the maze procedure, including robotic-assisted mini-maze, for those who have not found success with medication and ablation.
An endovascular stent graft is a fabric tube, supported by a metal mesh, called a stent that is used to support a weak spot in an artery, called an aneurysm – in many cases, an abdominal aortic aneurysm.
Our interventional cardiologists boast a 100 percent success rate on catheter-based closure of a patent foramen ovale (PFO).
We are one of the first hospitals in the U.S. to offer transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), for patients suffering from aortic stenosis.
Surgeons at the TriHealth Heart Institute have extensive experience in valve repair and replacement.