Our multidisciplinary team experienced in heart conditions brings together all the caregivers and treatments necessary to provide the best, personalized options for patients.
As one of only a handful of health systems to handle the volume of these cases, we provide this hybrid approach combining minimally invasive surgery and traditional catheter ablation to treat persistent atrial fibrillation. Working together, the cardiothoracic surgeon will guide a scope through a small incision just below the breastbone to the heart and use extreme heat to strategically destroy (ablate) abnormal tissue on the outside of the heart; and the electrophysiologist will then insert a catheter through an artery or vein in the groin and guide it to the heart and use extreme heat or cold to ablate the heart tissue that causes the abnormal heartbeat.
Our highly trained interventional cardiologists offer both traditional stent and wrist access angioplasty, which is a unique and "less disruptive" treatment option.
Our team of cardiologists performs a variety of minimally invasive procedures that can provide permanent relief from a-fib and other heart conditions.
Designed to treat heart failure patients who may not be receiving adequate symptom relief from medications alone, this therapy is the world’s first FDA- approved heart failure device to use neuromodulation – the power of the brain and nervous system – to improve the symptoms of patients with systolic heart failure.
Our specially trained cardiologists use various approaches, including minimally invasive procedures, to treat even the most severe cardiac cases.
People with heart disease can reach the highest possible levels of physical and mental performance with the help of our multidiscliplinary team.
This treatment for heart failure helps patients control their heart rhythm, and more importantly, improve their quality of life.
Our cardiac specialists perform over 650 heart surgeries every year, including procedures performed using minimally invasive techniques.
We offer expansive diagnostic tests at locations throughout Cincinnati to help identify the presence, type and severity of cardiovascular disease.
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.
Endovascular aneurysm repair is a treatment option used to minimize the risk of a thoracic aortic aneurysm opening up. It is an alternative to open surgical repair.
Our integrated system and multidisciplinary protocol allow for quality, heart-saving procedures to be delivered quickly.
A nurse will help you understand discharge instructions and medications, and provide follow-up to ensure that you are recovering properly.
We help patients monitor their heart issues through the use of an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) so they can lead normal, worry-free lives.
Laser lead extraction is a non-surgical approach used to extract pacemaker wires that need to be removed.
The implantation of a left ventricular assist device (LVAD) addresses late-stage heart issues by helping the heart to pump blood and is just one of the TriHealth Advanced Heart Failure program’s cutting-edge clinical offerings.
As Cincinnati's leader in minimally invasive heart care, we offer a comprehensive range of treatment options to get you back to your normal life as soon as possible.
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.
We place more pacemakers - to keep hearts beating - in more patients each year than any other hospital in Greater Cincinnati.
This approach is less invasive than traditional surgery and offers a variety of benefits, including less risk of infection and less pain.
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).
Our surgeons use this treatment for carotid artery disease to reduce the risk of stroke in patients who are at higher risk of surgical complications.
We are one of the first hospitals in the U.S. to offer transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), for patients suffering from aortic stenosis.
Our cardiologists were the first in the region to offer the minimally invasive transmyocardial revascularization (TMR) laser to relieve angina.
Surgeons at the TriHealth Heart & Vascular Institute have extensive experience in valve repair and replacement.
Experts at the TriHealth Heart Institute use this state-of-the-art treatment for atrial fibrillation as an alternative to the lifelong use of blood thinners.