Coronary Angiography Surgery in Bangladesh
A coronary angiography is an examination that determines whether or not a coronary artery is blocked. If you have unstable angina, atypical chest pain, aortic stenosis, or unexplained heart failure, the doctor will be concerned that you are at risk of a heart attack.
A contrast dye will be pumped into your arteries through a catheter (thin, plastic tube) during coronary angiography, and your doctor will monitor how blood flows through your heart on an X-ray screen.
A cardiac angiogram, catheter arteriography, or cardiac catheterization are all terms used to describe this procedure.