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Mercy Clinic Cardiology

Mercy Clinic Cardiology - St. Robert cares about your heart as much as you do. Mercy Clinic Cardiology services in St. Robert gives you access to the area's most highly trained and experienced cardiovascular team … without the travel. We're available to consult with patients about existing or new heart concerns, and we also follow-up with patients after procedures and other treatments. Our services complement those provided at Mercy Hospital in Springfield. And since everyone involved in your care accesses your single electronic health record, your care is more coordinated and personal than ever before. You can also use MyMercy to keep in touch with your doctor and manage your health, anytime and anywhere.

Acute coronary syndrome is any condition that causes a reduced blood flow to the heart, which in turn can cause a heart attack or unstable angina. The blockage can be sudden and complete, or it can come and go. But in either case, the heart tissue is dying, whether it's a few cells or a big section of the heart. The symptoms for both conditions are similar:

Chest pain that comes on suddenly usually signals a heart attack. With unstable angina, the pain can be unpredictable or get worse, even with rest. If you experience these symptoms, take them seriously and call 911 immediately. Our goal is to quickly determine what's causing your symptoms. If blood flow to your heart has been blocked, Mercy cardiologists will work swiftly to reopen your artery and dissolve any blood clots. Mercy's Heart and Vascular Health services offer you the latest in diagnostics and treatment options. You can trust the skill and compassion of Mercy's Heart and Vascular Health specialists. We're here for you when every minute counts.

A heart attack occurs when the flow of blood to the heart is blocked, most often by a build-up of fat, cholesterol and other substances in the coronary arteries. The interrupted blood flow can damage or destroy part of the heart muscle. Restoring that blood flow quickly is key to preventing permanent damage... and to surviving.

Some heart attacks are sudden and intense, and it will be obvious what's happening. But most heart attacks start slowly, with mild pain or discomfort. Often people affected aren't sure what's wrong and wait too long before getting help.

It's never too late to take steps toward preventing a heart attack. Learn about heart disease risk factors, management, and general heart health in the Mercy Heart-Healthy Guide .

Knowing the warning signs of a heart attack could save your life!

For men and women, the most common symptom is chest pain or pressure. Women often have other or additional symptoms like shortness of breath, nausea, and back or jaw pain.

If you think you might be having a heart attack, call 911. Don't delay! Minutes matter! An ambulance is almost always the fastest and safest way to get to the hospital. Emergency medical services (EMS) staff can begin tests and treatment when they arrive.

Mercy will be here for you in this or any other life-and-death situation. Our cardiac staff will immediately determine if you're having a heart attack and take all the steps necessary to limit any further damage. Our heart care team will develop a specific treatment plan for you with lifestyle changes that can keep your heart healthy.

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Address : 194 Eastlawn Ave, St Robert, MO 65584 Phone : (573) 596-0064



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