Get the Latest in Heart Care
Our trained specialists treat heart conditions with the most advanced technologies and techniques. When you need treatment, we have options ranging from minimally invasive alternatives to open-heart surgery.
Our heart technology makes possible:
- Aortic stenosis treatment without open-heart surgery: TAVR heart valve replacement is a minimally invasive treatment option for severe aortic stenosis.
- Heart monitoring without batteries: The CardioMEMS HF system is the first and only FDA-approved heart failure monitoring device. It works with a tiny transmitter and needs no batteries. Watch the video in the CardioMEMS tab to learn more.
- Heart valve treatment before heart failure: The MitraClip is minimally invasive catheter therapy for treatment of mitral regurgitation. It can prevent heart failure before it happens. Watch an animation of the procedure in the MitraClip tab below.
- Robotic heart valve replacement. Minimally invasive surgery for easy and fast recovery.
Whatever your heart condition or ailment, come to Sanford Health's expert heart specialists for treatment. We'll walk you through surgical and non-surgical options to find your best treatment plan.
Types of Heart Treatment
We can help you with a variety of heart treatments.
Heart disease treatments
- Balloon/Coronary angioplasty
- Coronary artery stent (heart stent)
- Laser angioplasty
- Coronary artery bypass (CABG), or bypass surgery
- Ventricular assist device (VAD)
Abnormal heart rhythm treatments
- Catheter ablation
- Implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD)
Valve disease treatments
- Valvuloplasty (balloon valvotomy)
- Heart valve repair
- Heart valve stent
- Valve replacement
- Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
After treatment, see our heart rehabilitation team to reduce your heart's recovery time.
Heart Treatment Locations
We provide heart care in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota. Contact a Sanford Health clinic or heart hospital near you and let us keep your heart healthy.
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