What is interventional cardiology?
Interventional cardiology is a globally recognised technique of cardiac care that uses a minimally invasive approach to diagnose and treat various diseases and ailments affecting the heart. It involves the use of cardiac catheterization technique with a tiny flexible tube, known as a catheter, for carrying out the procedure. This is introduced inside the body via a tiny keyhole skin puncture and guided with the help of imaging by a camera with an x-ray detector. The technique can help to perform the most complex cardiac procedures with minimal risks of complications and good outcomes.
Conditions that can be treated using the interventional cardiology
There are a variety of different conditions that can be treated using interventional cardiology. The most common of these are:
Common procedures in interventional cardiology:
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