Jacob Delarosa MD, Cardiologist
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Jacob Delarosa MD

Cardiologist | Cardiovascular Disease

651 Memorial Dr Pocatello ID, 83201


Dr. Jacob Delarosa is a cardiologist practicing in Pocatello, ID. Dr. Delarosa specializes in diagnosing, monitoring, and treating diseases or conditions of the heart and blood vessels and the cardiovascular system. These conditions include heart attacks, heart murmurs, coronary heart disease, and hypertension. Dr. Delarosa also practices preventative medicine, helping patients maintain a heart-healthy life.

Board Certification

SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS

Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Board of Thoracic SurgeryABTS

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Jacob Delarosa MD's Expert Contributions
  • Is heart murmur serious?

    A heart murmur can mean many things. If it’s new you definitely should have it worked up with an echocardiogram to assess the valves. J READ MORE

  • When do I know it is a chest pain and not something else?

    As a heart specialist, this can be one of the most difficult questions to to answer. To have pain in the chest is not normal. This can be due to acid reflux esophageal problems or heart related. The best way of evaluating is to go see your primary care physician tell him or her when the pain occurs, (before or after meal), exercise, strenuous effort, etc. Let your primary care doctor decipher where the pain is coming from and prescribe an appropriate treatment plan. READ MORE

  • Is a stent a good option for ischemic heart disease?

    The current indications for patients with diabetes and ischemic heart disease due to a single vessel is to get a stent. If there are multiple arteries that are affected and being diabetic, the current recommendations and best practice is to undergo open heart surgery, coronary artery bypass surgery, (CABG). READ MORE

  • Why is my mom's blood pressure on the higher side after bypass?

    It is very common that the blood pressure is variable following open heart surgery. Your mother might have had her medications adjusted as well and they haven't found her new "sweet spot." Thank you, Jake READ MORE

  • I am experiencing a shortness of breath while walking. Should I get my ECG done?

    The first thing you should do is go see your doctor. If you do not have a doctor you need to establish a relationship with a primary care physician. The physician would be able to evaluate you and then guide you on what you need for your shortness of breath. READ MORE

  • How long will my dad have to be in the ICU after open heart surgery?

    It depends on what type of open heart surgery your father is going to have. But 90% of the time the stay is only 24 hours. JD READ MORE

  • Will my hip replacement put me at risk for heart disease?

    The hip replacement will not give you heart disease. The issues with a hip replacement are that you will be sedentary and can cause blood clots. Your doctor will give you some type of pills to thin your blood in order to lower the risks. Dr. DeLaRosa READ MORE

  • Valve repair success

    Thank you for your question. Valve repair is always the best option when it is available. In the mitral and tricuspid valve position, repair has become the standard of care if you can leave the valve as good as new. If in fact the repair will leave the valve sub-optimal, then replacement is warranted. Thank you... READ MORE

Jacob Delarosa MD's Practice location

Practice At 651 Memorial Dr

651 Memorial Dr -
Pocatello, ID 83201
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New patients: 719-523-6628, 208-239-1000

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