September 23, 2018
Robert R. Cawley, D.O.
Dover, NH 03802
Depend upon our reputation as a regional leader in state-of-the-art minimally invasive cardiac and endovascular interventions like cardiac catheterizations and cardiac angioplasty.
Rely on our experienced Cardiovascular Interventional Suite team for the highest-quality preventive, medical management, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular conditions, diseases and disorders.
Connect 24/7 with our professional, caring multi-disciplinary team of experienced physicians, nurses, specialists and technologists who use the latest technology and clinical techniques to bring you the best in cardiac and peripheral procedures.
Our team is here when you need us, on an around-the-clock emergent basis or a planned elective basis.
Exceptional Medicine. Exceptional outcomes.
Using X-rays in combination with contrast dye to evaluate your coronary arteries for blockages or narrowing.
A test that uses sound waves to see inside blood vessels.
A technique used in coronary catheterization to accurately measure blood pressure and flow through a specific part of the coronary artery.
Placing a small balloon on the tip of a catheter inserted into a coronary artery to open up an area of narrowing in a blood vessel.
Delivering a small mesh-like tube to a blockage in a coronary artery to assist in keeping the blockage from re-occurring. Our cardiologists offer options for drug-eluting and bare-metal stents, depending on a patient’s condition.
Inserting a small tube into the protective sac around the heart to remove excess accumulated fluid.
Helping to correct a heart arrhythmia through a catheter. Ablation cauterizes cells to eliminate heart rhythm abnormalities.
A technique that uses a catheter to assess the electrical activity of the heart.
Using ablation to treat heart rhythm disturbances that originate in the upper heart chambers, referred to as supraventricular tachycardia or SVT.
Implanting a small electronic device in the upper chest to help regulate electrical problems of the heart.
Implanting a small electronic device in the upper chest to help manage life-threatening abnormal heart rhythms, like ventricular tachycardia.
Implanting a special cardiac pacemaker to help synchronize your left and right heart ventricles to restore your heart’s proper mechanical sequence.
An implantable loop recorder (ILR) is a single-lead electrocardiographic (ECG) monitoring device.
Implanting a medical device into the Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) to prevent fatal pulmonary emboli (PEs). Surgeons can either insert a permanent IVC filter or a removable filter in an endovascular procedure, which means via the blood vessels.
Inserting a small tube into a dialysis fistula using contrast dye and an X-ray.
Inserting a hollow plastic tube, like an IV, into a blood vessel and then a catheter into an artery or vein, while using an X-ray and contrast dye, to visualize any narrowing or disease.
Opening up an area of blockage with the use of a small balloon on the tip of a catheter.
Using a small, expandable coil to assist in opening up, and then keeping open, an area of a blood vessel that is blocked.
Infusing clot-busting drugs into a blood vessel to break up and help dissolve blood clots.
Call one of our two cardiology practices for more information about our services.