Diagnostic under cardiology
If you experience any of the following angiography symptoms, kindly reach out right away:
At MGM hospital CBD, we identify angiography risk factors and ultimately eliminate them in the following ways:
Our team takes the following precautions to avoid a angiography:
Follow your doctor's instructions: Your doctor will provide you with specific instructions to follow after your angiography. Be sure to follow these instructions carefully and ask any questions you may have.
Monitor for complications: While complications are rare, it's important to monitor for signs of complications, such as bleeding, infection, or pain at the injection site. If you experience any of these symptoms, contact your doctor immediately.
Rest and hydration: After an angiography, it's important to rest and drink plenty of fluids to help your body recover.
Avoid certain activities: You should avoid driving or operating heavy machinery for at least 24 hours after your angiography. You should also avoid strenuous activities for a few days after the procedure.
Watch your diet: You may be advised to avoid solid foods for a short period of time after your angiography. You may be advised to consume a liquid or soft food diet for a few days after the procedure.
Take medications as prescribed: If your doctor prescribes any medications after your angiography, be sure to take them as directed.
Follow up with your doctor: Be sure to attend any follow-up appointments scheduled by your doctor to ensure that you are recovering well and to address any concerns or questions you may have.
Angiography is a type of X-ray used to check blood vessels. This highlights your blood vessels, allowing your doctor to see any problems. The X-ray images created during angiography are called angiograms.
An electrocardiogram records the electrical signals in the heart. It's a common and painless test used to quickly detect heart problems and monitor the heart's health.