get the right answers

offering on-site veterinary heart care
for you and your patients

Z

Accurate Heart Care

in your office

ongoing support

Here’s How It Works

You Call

We’re available during normal hospital hours throughout the week for consultations and case discussion

Give us a call and we’ll see how we can help!

we come

Once scheduled, we’ll come to you and your office. 
That way you’re involved in the treatment of your patient every step of the way. 

We Treat

With an accurate diagnosis in hand, we’ll create the right treatment plan. 

You’ll work with your patient, and we’ll be there to assist with any ongoing support or care. 

Services offered

N

Comprehensive Cardiac Examination

N

Echocardiography

N

Systemic Blood Pressure Assessment

N

Diagnostic Electrocardiography

(EKG) – Digital 6 Lead

N

Atropine Response Test

(when indicated)

N

Thoracic Radiographic Interpretation

N

48 hr or 7 day Ambulatory Monitor

N

Thoracocentesis

N

Pericardiocentesis

N

Case Management Consultation and Planning:

Arrhythmias, Heart Disease, Systemic Disease considerations

Commonly treated diseases

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Cats

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy is a primary myocardial disease wherein the heart muscle is damaged. The myocytes (muscle cells) become markedly thickened and replicate in a non-uniform pattern. This causes the ventricle (pumping chamber) to become severely thickened,...

Chronic Valve Disease in Dogs

Myxomatous Mitral Valve Degeneration (i.e. Chronic Valve Disease or Endocardiosis) is a chronic, degenerative disease of the mitral valve (62% of affected patients have only mitral valve changes). The normally thin and delicate valve leaflets are damaged and the...

Dilated Cardiomyopathy in Dogs

Dilated Cardiomyopathy is a primary myocardial disease wherein the heart muscle is damaged and becomes very weak.   The left ventricle dilates and has a marked systolic dysfunction (pump dysfunction).   This causes an elevation in left ventricular and left...

Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs

Left-Sided congestive heart failure occurs when the pressure in the blood vessels in the lungs increases causing fluid to leak from the vessels into the surrounding lung tissue.   Right-Sided congestive heart failure is a similar process where the fluid accumulates...

We provide the love and care to any pet, without exception. Your best friends are in good hands!

Olympic Veterinary Cardiology
PO Box 13076
Mill Creek, WA 98082

info@OlympicVetCardio.com

Phone: 425.409.1545
Fax: 425.740.0169

© 2017 by Olympic Veterinary Cardiology