CORONARY ANGIOGRAM & STENTING

Identify Blocked Or Narrowed Coronary Arteries

Coronary angiogram x-ray imaging shows if you have sufficient supply of blood and oxygen to the heart muscle.

Minimally Invasive Procedure

The procedure requires you to be fasted for at least six hours and can be done as a day case.

Coronary Angiogram & Stenting

A coronary angiogram uses X-ray imaging for doctors to visualize the coronary arteries, which supply blood and oxygen to the heart muscle. Through this minimally invasive procedure, doctors can see if the arteries are blocked or narrowed, as well as the extent of the problem.

The procedure can be done from the wrist (radial artery) or the leg (femoral artery), and usually takes 10-20 minutes.

Coronary Angiogram & Stenting
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