Coronary Angiography

It is a diagnostic invasive procedure. It is done under local anesthesia. It requires a day care admission. Prerequisite are a few blood tests including kidney functions and serology and echocardiography of heart.

Once the angiography is done, the decision for further treatment is taken after discussion with the patients and attendants. Angioplasty is done through similar protocol, generally the patient is fit for discharge within 24 hours.

Both coronary angiography and angioplasty is done mainly through Radial artery access which helps in early mobilization.


They are done again in local anesthesia, mainly through radial and femoral access. The angiography details about the level and extent of stenosis after which the decision regarding further management in form of stenting or grafting under general anesthesia is taken.

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