If you have been having acute chest pain or have a history of coronary illness, your doctor might have suggested an angiogram.
An angiogram is an X-ray procedure that can be prescribed for both diagnostic and remedial purposes of coronary diseases. This is usually the best way to assess for blockages in the blood vessels. An angiogram can detect the narrowing and blockage in your coronary arteries.
It would require a dye to be infused into your body, after which X-rays are used to look for blockages.
The blockage is assessed and a further treatment plan is prepared by your doctor.
Your cardiologist may suggest that you take a coronary angiogram if you have:
Symptoms of prolonged coronary illness, for example, chest pain (angina)
Acute pain in your chest, jaw, neck, or arm that you are not able to diagnose using different tests
You have an abnormality in the heart (intrinsic coronary illness) since birth
Other artery issues or a chest injury
A heart valve requires surgery
Do not lose hope. Affordable angioplasty with stent or PCI treatment in Coimbatore is provided by the doctors at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital. Before starting angioplasty, a cardiologist will clean and sedate the area where the catheter enters the body. Usually, this happens through the groin, but this can also be done through the wrist. Then, they enter the catheter into the artery and guide it towards the coronary artery. The cardiologist will monitor its path on an X-ray feed.
When the catheter is in position, the doctor inflates the balloon, which clears the plaque and opens up the artery. The specialist may now embed a stent to keep the artery set open.Sri Ramakrishna Hospital is considered the best PCI hospital in Coimbatore. They not only provide premium medical facilities during the procedure but also have an efficient post procedure follow-up system. A patient can return for follow-up years after the procedure is done.
Cost for angiogram The CT heart angiogram is a procedure done to assess the blockage in the arteries supplying blood to your heart. It is done to find the cause of chest pains and angina.
Post angiogram intervention If, after an angiogram, it is found that you have blocked arteries or blood vessels, your doctor may prescribe an angioplasty. Let us now see what this is. There are two techniques of angioplasty:
Our Cardiology department has treated over 20000+ patients with heart issues over the last 46 years. Our team of highly experienced cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons will ensure you receive the best angiogram and intervention treatment.
Our team of highly experienced Cardiologists and Cardiothoracic surgeons have immense experience in providing the best angiogram and intervention treatment in Coimbatore.
Dr. S. Balaji is a top Cardiologist in Coimbatore with over 25+ years of experience, He has a special interest in Coronary Artery disease and has performed more than 20000 Coronary Angiograms.
Dr. S. Manoharan is a top Cardiologist in Coimbatore with over 35+ years of experience, he is the head of the Department of Cardiology and has vast experience in Adult and Pediatric Cardiology.
Dr. T. A. Madheswaran is a top Cardiologist in Coimbatore with over 23+ years of experience, His special interests include Complex Angioplasties and EPS & RFA.
Dr. S. Devaprasath is a top Interventional Paediatric Cardiologist in Coimbatore with over 13+ years of experience, and is a specialist in paediatric angiograms and Interventional Paediatric Cardiology.
Dr. T. R. Nanda Kumar is a top Interventional Cardiologist in Coimbatore with over 21+ years of experience, His special interests include Coronary Interventions and Preventive Cardiology.
Dr. R. Vickram Vignesh is a Cardiologist & Electrophysiologist in Coimbatore with over 11 years of experience, he is specialist in Cardiac Interventions like Angioplasty and Balloon Mitral Valvuloplasty.
“I am 53 years old and I had angioplasty almost 2
years back at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital. I had a very
comfortable journey, although I had a lot of
misconceptions about stent treatment. The doctors
at Sri Ramakrishna are very friendly and humble. Even
to date, I visit them for regular checkups and follow-ups.
Life is not much different after angioplasty, the only
thing that I take care of is my diet. The rest is smooth
“The hospital is maintained excellently. There are no
problems for patients. Thanks to the doctors and team
at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital for giving the greatest
service to the patients. It has been 5 years since I had
my angioplasty. There are no major complications and
doctors are available 24x7 on call for any support,
guidance, or whatsoever.”
When are stents utilized?
A stent may be utilized instead of – or along with – angioplasty. They are used after evaluating certain features of the artery blockage, like the size of the artery and where the blockage is. Stenting is a fairly normal technique; in fact, it presently addresses 70–90% of the methodology which lowers the risk of heart diseases and death.
What are the pros of utilizing a stent?
Stents diminish the narrowing that usually happens after balloon angioplasty or other systems that utilize catheters. Stents also help restore usual blood flow and keep an artery open if it had been torn or harmed by the balloon catheter.
Can stent arteries reclose?
This is an issue even with the stent technique. However, doctors now use a new variety of stents called drug-eluting stents. These are coated with drugs that are gradually released and help restrain the blood vessel from reclosing. These new stents have had promising results for improving the draw out of long-term results.
Can a stent cause issues later in my life?
To date, there is no proof of long-lasting or further complications from having a permanent stent.
Is angioplasty viewed as a major medical procedure?
No, angioplasty is not viewed as a major medical procedure, as these techniques are regularly performed under cognizant and moderate sedation
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