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Cost Effective, State of the Art

Emphasis on Prevention

Our Mission

“To provide personalized, cost-effective, state-of-the-art
cardiology care to our patients… with an emphasis on prevention.”

Cardiovascular Intervention’s (CVI) team of cardiologists, physician’s assistants, nurses and office staff strive to serve their patients with care and compassion daily.

Cardiovascular Intervention’s (CVI) 12,000 sq. ft. facility houses a variety of advanced state-of-the-art technology and equipment that aid in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac and peripheral vascular conditions. Our entire team, under the direction of Dr Pradip Jamnadas, assists in developing and delivering the most comprehensive cardiac treatments available in Central Florida.

Clinic Services

  • Blood Lab

    Cardiovascular Interventions offers the following lab: CBC – Complete Blood Count CMP – Complete Metabolic Panel Lipid – Lipid Panel Hemoglobin A1C – Hemoglobin A1C Urine Test H-Pylori CGM Genetic Testing Singulex

  • Cardiac Clinic

    Cardiovascular Interventions offers a variety of in offices services including: Holter Monitor and Event Recorder Echocardiogram Tilt Table Tests Cardioversion NIPS Nutrition and Exercise Counseling Congestive Heart Failure Clinic RESPeRate Generic Pharmacy Nutrition and Education Counseling Patient Education

  • Catheterization Lab

    CVI patients have the convenience of outpatient services for diagnostic coronary and interventional peripheral procedures.  Cardiac catheterization is the insertion of a long, thin, flexible tube (called a catheter) placed into a blood vessel in your arm, groin (upper thigh) or neck and threaded to your heart.

  • ECP

    External Counter Pulsation (ECP) is a non-invasive, FDA approved, outpatient therapy for patients having persistent symptoms of chest pain due to blockages in the coronary arteries. ECP is done in those who have already had the standard treatments for revascularization or those who are not eligible for surgical intervention.

  • Pacemaker Clinic

    An increasing number of cardiac conditions are being treated with devices such as pacemakers, implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs), biventricular pacemakers and biventricular ICDs. Implantable pacemakers and ICDs can be interrogated (interpreted and evaluated) either in our office or remotely, depending on your model.

  • Vein Clinic

    Venous studies offered at CVI include a Venous Doppler or Venous Reflux study, which are used to determine the cause of long-standing leg swelling and pain. Venous studies aid in the diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis, malformations, and venous insufficiency.

Latest News

  • Get Your Flu Shot

    Get Your Flu Shot

       Many studies support that The Influenza (flu) Vaccine Decreases Risk of Cardiovascular events such as Heart Attack and Stroke by 12.9%. JAMA Article: October 2013; Harvard Medical School, October 23, 2013 Thousands of patients die of influenza infection and complications it causes each year.  Less than 50% of high risk patients over 65 are vaccinated.  LifeRead more →

  • Galen Lecture

    Galen Lecture

    There is an upcoming opportunity to attend a free lecture presented by The Galen Foundation,”Everything You Want to Know about Blood Thinners”! On Thursday November 12, 2015 at the Winter Park Garden Club Dr. Jamnadas will be giving a talk on the current state of blood thinners.  Everyone is welcome so bring your family andRead more →

  • Case Study

    Case Study

    September 24, 2015 Case Study:   A 53yr old woman is referred for palpitations, subclavian steal syndrome, and weakness and tingling in her left arm.  She additionally complains of severe post prandial abdominal pains that result in nausea and vomiting.  In recent months, she has developed an avoidance of food leading to a loss of 35lbs. Read more →

  • The Use of the Poly-Pill for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke

    The Use of the Poly-Pill for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke

    The modifiable cardiovascular risk factors for patients are hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, and obesity. These have all significantly increased so that by the year 2020, they will account for 80% of all cardiovascular deaths worldwide.  Patients over the age of 50 are at the greatest risk and should therefore, as many studies suggest, be treated forRead more →

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