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Angiography Thailand – Protect Your Heart Disease!


Angiography, a long wire called catheter is injected inside the artery of the leg, near the thigh crease. This catheter is then pressed against the blood flow towards the heart blindly. With a vision of the tip of the catheter on the fluoroscopy monitor which is expose the patient to heavy radiation so that the catheter is pressed onwards by trial and error method. Somewhere the gets stuck on the route, it is drawn a small and again presses in. For the one time the tip reached the heart area, then he manipulation is done to push the tip in one of the coronary arteries.

What are the complications?

There few complications to using this procedure and these are:

· Death

· Myocardial Infarction

· Local, Brachial and Femoral Complications

· Other Complications

Over time, plaque will begin to build in arteries and plaque comprised of cholesterol, fats, as well as other elements, which are found in person's blood. Since, it accumulates all along inside of arterial wall, passageway through that blood flows gets restricted. If buildup gets very large and passageway shrinks far, patient may experience heart attack.

Doctors can generally perform the coronary angiography to check whether the artery is blocked & how far blockage has developed. Also, it is done by inserting the catheter in target artery & injecting special dye in bloodstream. Doctor will take x-rays to note flow of a dye and this is one of most efficient treatments that doctors make use of to see what is taking place inside arteries.

When Might Doctor Suggest Procedure?

The physician can generally recommend coronary angiography in case, patient complains of the symptoms consistent with the coronary heart disease. example, patient may complain of pressure in chest, and pain throughout arms, neck, shoulders, as well as jaw and these are symptoms are related to angina.

Also, in case, person suffers cardiac arrest and experiences heart attack, physician may perform CA as a part of emergency procedure. In case, blocked artery is causing immediate danger, then he or she may perform angioplasty to open blockage.

Before, During & After Procedure

The coronary angiography is not serious procedure & there are hardly any any problems, which happen when performing it. Patient can normally be awake entire time. And having said this, doctors are happy to explain how CA is done in case, person has questions and concerns.

There is hardly any discomfort and pain during the CA and patient can lie on their back & area where catheter is inserted is numbed. When catheter is in place, dye is injected and then, x-rays are all taken in order that physician will study target arteries & identify blockages.

Generally, patient may have small bruise in area where catheter was been inserted. In addition to bruise, there are some, in case, any, long lasting effects. As a precaution, person who underwent CA can normally kept at a facility for some hours so doctor will watch their blood pressure.



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