- Physician Referral and Test Request
- Sleep Medicine Referral Form
- Wound Care & Amputation Prevention Referral Form
- Lipidology Clinic Referral Form
- Nutrition Management Referral Form
PREPARE FOR YOUR TEST OR PROCEDURE:
NON-INVASIVE VASCULAR LABORATORY INSTRUCTIONS
Why am I having this test: Reasons, Explanations & Testing Preparations
Why am I having a Non-Invasive Vascular Exam?
Aorta Duplex Ultrasound
Arterial Duplex Ultrasound of the Lower and Upper Extremities
Carotid Duplex Ultrasound
Hemodialysis Access Evaluation (AVF)
Mesenteric Artery Doppler Ultrasound (Intestinal Arteries)
Pseudoaneurysm Evaluation and Injection Ultrasound
Renal Artery Duplex Ultrasound (Kidney & Kidney Vessels)
Pulse Volume Record and Exercise Arterial Doppler (PVR)
Upper and Lower-Extremity Venous Doppler Ultrasound
Venous Insufficiency Ultrasound of the Lower Extremities
SLEEP LABORATORY INSTRUCTIONS Your doctor has scheduled you for a sleep study at one of our sleep disorders centers. We have two state of the art facilities for your convenience, each with secure private comfortable rooms, closets for your personal belongings and cable television. View the Overnight Sleep Study Instructions.
SLEEP STUDY QUESTIONNAIRE Once you’ve scheduled your appointment, please complete the sleep study questionnaire and fax or mail to our main office. If you have any questions, please contact us during office hours at 904.493.3333.
EPWORTH SLEEPINESS SCALE
This is a scale intended to measure daytime sleepiness. It is measured by a very short questionnaire. This can be helpful in diagnosing sleep disorders. Learn More About Epworth Sleepiness Scale.
NUCLEAR STRESS TEST The purpose of your test is to determine if and/or where you have coronary artery disease and to find, if any, blockages in the vessels of your heart muscle. We do this by taking two pictures of your heart. Learn More About Nuclear Stress Test Instructions
TREADMILL STRESS TEST We will record your baseline parameters, including heart rate and blood pressure. Our office follows the standardized exercise protocols of increasing speed and increasing elevation to attain the appropriate target heart rate for your age. Once you’ve finished exercising, you will continue to be monitored until your baseline levels are achieved. Learn More About Treadmill Stress Test Instructions
RENAL ULTRASOUND The purpose of this test is to determine if you have any blockages in your renal arteries and/or kidneys by ultrasound. Learn More About Renal Ultrasound Instructions
ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND The purpose of this test is to determine if you have an abdominal aortic aneurysm, or AAA. If this test was scheduled for you, your physician possibly heard a loud noise in your stomach, often called a bruit. Sometimes that can suggest an AAA. Learn More About Abdominal Ultrasound Instructions
MUGA (Mutigated Acquisition) TEST A MUGA (Mutigated Acquisition) Scan is performed to evaluate the pumping action of the heart muscle and is used to measure the heart’s ability to pump blood effectively to the rest of the body through the vascular system. Learn More About MUGA Test Information