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Cardiopulmonary/Respiratory Services


The Cardiopulmonary Department at Chino Valley Medical Center provides round-the-clock care delivered through licensed respiratory care practitioners. We specialize in facilitating our patients to breathe healthily. We use the latest technology and ultra-modern equipment to test, diagnose, and treat cardiopulmonary and respiratory disorders.

Our team of clinicians is trained to care, educate, and provide up-to-the-minute healthcare resources to our patients and their families. We perform inpatient/outpatient services, including oxygen therapy, long-term ventilation, pulmonary rehabilitation, sleep studies, Holter monitoring, spirometry, arterial blood gas analysis, oxygen saturation levels testing, and more.

Some of the vital services we provide to our patients are as follow:-

Pulmonary Function Test: Testing the lungs' capacity to release carbon dioxide from the blood and transport oxygen into it is known as pulmonary function testing. Our specialists use these tests to look for a variety of lung illnesses. CVMC leverages the latest equipment and a team of board-certified physicians to ensure the health of your lungs.

Diagnostics: Depending on the patient's medical state, our diagnostic professionals assess and counsel patients to help recover their lung performance. With a combination of expert care and procedure-based techniques, our diagnostic services allow patients to seek treatment for lung disorders when they are still in the early stages.

Incentive Spirometry: Incentive spirometers give care providers a visual reference to lung efficiency. Incentive spirometry enables our pulmonologists to recommend breathing exercises depending on the patient's test outcomes. Patients can breathe more efficiently by practising the recommended workout programs to improve their lung capacity.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure: CPAP is a treatment that uses a face mask to apply constant pressure to the lungs to help keep them open and allow more air to enter and exit the body.

Pulse Oximetry: The amount of oxygen in the blood is measured using a pulse oximeter. The instrument shows the proportion of haemoglobin that is oxygen-saturated in the blood. Pulse Oximetry can also help track a patient's reaction to anaesthesia in the operating room. CVMC's expert pulmonologists use pulse oximetry to make critical decisions about a patient's health.