Virtual Care

Connecting with your cardiologist by telemedicine is easier than you think. Virtual care is available to all PACE Cardiology patients, but you must book your appointment in advance.

 
 

Electrocardiography (ECG)

An electrocardiography test (ECG or an EKG) records the electrical activity of your heart and can detect rhythm associated with heart disease.

 
 

Exercise Stress Testing

An exercise stress test, sometimes also known as a treadmill test, or stress test, allows us to monitor how your heart responds to exercise on our specialized medical treadmill.

 
 

Echocardiography

An echocardiogram (ECHO) uses ultrasound to capture images of your heart while it beats.

 
 

Stress Echocardiography

A stress echocardiography test, or sometimes known as a stress echo, is a combination of a stress test along with an echocardiogram of your heart.

 
 

24h, 48h, 72h - 14 day Holters

A holter is a portable device that records data on your electrical cardiac activity over a period of 24, 48, 72 hours, or 14 days.

 
 

Contrast Echocardiogram (Contrast Echo)

A non-invasive cardiac test, which combines an echocardiogram (an ultrasound of the heart), and a substance called a contrast agent, which helps improve the quality of the images collected.

 
 

Contrast Stress Echocardiography

A contrast stress echocardiogram is a non-invasive cardiac test that combines a stress test and echocardiogram.

 
 

Pediatric Cardiac Tests

PACE is pleased to offer pediatric cardiac testing at various locations.

 
 

Bubble Study

A BUBBLE STUDY is the same procedure as an echocardiogram (an ultrasound of your heart), except an IV is placed in the patient's arm.

 
 

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor

A portable blood pressure unit worn to monitor and record your blood pressure every 20 – 30 mins for a 24 hour continuous period of wear.

 
 

Type 2 Diabetes Clinic

PACE offers a Type 2 Diabetes/Cardio-Metabolic Clinic.

 
 

Electrical conditions of the heart

Together with Southlake Regional Cardiac Care Program, we’ve cared for patients with arrhythmias for decades.

 

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