Cardiology

Life-Saving Screening

Please consider the following questions:

  • Are you a male older than 45 or a female older than 55?
  • Do you smoke?
  • Do you take blood pressure medication?
  • Do you have any close relatives with a history of heart attack, bypass, stroke or balloon surgery?
  • Are you diabetic?
  • Is your cholesterol elevated?

If you answered "yes" to two or more questions, you may be at risk for heart attack or stroke. Please consider the series of cardiovascular screenings offered by Oklahoma Heart Institute.

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Interventional Cardiology

The prevention clinics at Oklahoma Heart Institute identify and aggressively treat the risk factors known to promote the development of heart attacks and strokes.

In the area of diagnosis, Oklahoma Heart Institute has the region’s most complete and sophisticated noninvasive imaging program, including advanced cardiovascular MRI, CT, ultrasound, and nuclear imaging tests.

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Ankit K. Chothani, M.D.

Ankit K. Chothani, M.D.

Locations

Oklahoma Heart Institute South Pointe
9228 S. Mingo Road Suite 200
Tulsa , OK 74133
Oklahoma Heart Institute Henryetta
2405 W. Main
Henryetta , OK 74437
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Cole Tunnell, M.D.

Cole Tunnell, M.D.

Location

Oklahoma Heart Institute Owasso
10512 N. 110th E. Ave Suite 100
Owasso , OK 74055
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Wendell N. Williams, M.D.

Wendell N. Williams, M.D.

Locations

Oklahoma Heart Institute Muskogee
4200 W. Okmulgee Street
Muskogee , OK 74401
Oklahoma Heart Institute McAlester
1308 E. Carl Albert Parkway, Suite A
McAlester , OK 74501
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Nuclear Cardiology

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Ahmad M. Iqbal, M.D.

Ahmad Iqbal, M.D.

Location

Oklahoma Heart Institute Utica Office
1265 S. Utica Ave, Suite 300
Tulsa , OK 74104
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Saran Oliver, M.D.

Saran Oliver, M.D.

Locations

Oklahoma Heart Institute Pryor
111 N. Bailey St.
Pryor , OK 74361
Oklahoma Heart Institute Owasso
10512 N. 110th East Ave Suite 100
Owasso , OK 74055
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Varicose Veins

Although recent years have brought about a greater awareness of the importance of diagnosing and treating peripheral arterial disease, pathology of the venous system has received little attention. Peripheral venous disease was first mentioned in the medical literature in 500 B.C., when Hippocrates described an association between leg ulcers and varicose veins. Despite longstanding recognition, understanding of issues surrounding venous hypertension and resultant venous incompetence has lagged.

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Heart Valve Disease

Living with severe aortic stenosis or moderately severe/severe mitral regurgitation can make life difficult. Are you short of breath constantly? Do you have to miss out on events with family and friends because you don’t have the energy? Are you no longer able to do the things you used to enjoy? We know. Our patients were just like you.

 

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