Interventional Cardiology and Surgery

Intervention cardiology is the use of a small flexible tube called a stent to treat various heart conditions. Stents are used to repair the damaged vessels, constricted arteries, and other parts of the heart anatomy that are impacted. Through a roentgen graphic examination of arteries, the heart can be treated to a variety of operations. Cardiac surgery comprises insertion a stent through a small incision in the skin and weaving it through blood arteries to clear blockages. The fundamental benefit of intervention cardiology is that it eliminates scarring and pain, and a lengthy post-operative rehabilitation. It also contains some technical procedures for treating the anomalies. The following are examples of interventional cardiology


  • CV Imaging
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Heart Failure

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