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Transradial Angiography

Angiography is a procedure used to identify narrowing or blockages in the arteries in the body. During the angiogram, the doctor inserts a thin tube (catheter) into a large blood vessel at the top of the leg or in the groin region. The doctor carefully guides the catheter to the problem area (heart, leg, neck, kidney, or aorta) uthe. A substance called a contrast agent (X-ray dye) is injected to make the blood vessels visible on the X-ray.
Transradial access is an safe and effective alternative to the transfemoral methods for the performance of coronary angiography and coronary intervention. Transradial angiography offers advantages over the transfemoral approach. It involves a minimal vascular complication rate, eliminates the necessity for prolonged compression or closure devices. It reduces access site bleeding complications, allows for earlier ambulation, and improved patient comfort by decreasing hospital costs and length of stay.


Valvular Heart Disease

There are four chambers in your heart and the valves make sure that the blood flows through them in one direction. The two large blood vessels that leave the heart also have valves to make sure that the blood does not go back into the heart once it has been pumped out. Valvular heart disease is characterized by damage to or a defect in one of the four heart valves. If one or more of your heart valves becomes damaged or diseased, it can affect the flow of blood through your heart.
Valve problems can be present at birth or caused by infections, heart attacks, or heart disease or damage. Most valve problems can be treated using medicines or by valve heart surgery. Your treatment will depend on the cause of your problem and the effect that it is having on your heart.


Transradial Angioplasty

One of the major benefits of the transradial angioplasty is the reduction of access site complications. It suggestes reductions in bleeding, in both major and minor bleeding. The othe major benefit from the transradial approach is patient satisfaction. Patients need not remain flat and still for 4-6 hours. They are able to sit up and walk almost immediately, they tend to have less overall discomfort related to their procedure, and this is reflected in improved satisfaction. There is also a cost savings with this approach as one need not to stay in the hospital for a long time, certain patients may also be discharged home without having to spend the night. Moreover, it reduces anxiety and provide a more positive experience. One of the major benefits of the transradial angioplasty is the reduction of access site complications. It suggestes reductions in bleeding, in both major and minor bleeding.

The othe major benefit from the transradial approach is patient satisfaction. Patients need not remain flat and still for 4-6 hours. They are able to sit up and walk almost immediately, they tend to have less overall discomfort related to their procedure, and this is reflected in improved satisfaction. There is also a cost savings with this approach as one need not to stay in the hospital for a long time, certain patients may also be discharged home without having to spend the night. Moreover, it reduces anxiety and provide a more positive experience.


Pace Maker Implant

Pacemaker implantation is a surgical procedure where a small electrical device called a pacemaker is implanted in your chest. The pacemaker implantation is required when your hearts don't beat regularly. Normal aging of the heart, damage to muscle of heart, heart attack may disrupt your heart rate, making it beat too slowly. Even some medications can affect your heart rate as well. Irrespective of the reason of an abnormal heart rate, a pacemaker device can correct the problem. It is placed under the skin near your heart to help control your heartbeat. You should be able to get back to normal physical activities very soon after surgery.


24hrs Cardiac Backup, Fully Equipped ICCU

The Intensive Coronary Care Unit, ICCU, is a special area in the hospital designed for patients who need constant observation and specialized medical and nursing care.


Pediatric Cardiology

Proper Pediatric cardiology aims at improvement in all aspects of cardiovascular diseases in children, and ways of prevention.


Angiography, Angioplasty. Stents

Angioplasty is used to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels called coronary arteries. A Stent is a small, metal mesh tube that expands inside a coronary artery. A stent is placed during or after angioplasty, to prevent the artery from closing up again.


Echo, TMT, Holter

Echocardiogram, or cardiac echo or an echo, is a sonogram of the heart. It uses standard 2-D, 3-D, and Doppler ultrasound to create images of the heart. A Holter Monitor is used for monitoring heart activity in chronic patients. TREADMILL TEST (TMT) is a test used in Cardiology to measure the Heart’s ability to respond to external Stress in a controlled environment.


Flat Panel Cath Lab 100 KKw Fixed

Fully Equipped Cath Lab with diagnostic imaging equipment used to visualize the arteries of the heart and the chambers of the heart. Providing the best insight into cardiovascular issues.