coronary angiography

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cor·o·nar·y an·gi·og·ra·phy

n. angiografía coronaria, imágenes tomadas por medio de un medio de contraste de la circulación del miocardio, hecha gen. por caterización selectiva de cada una de las arterias coronarias.
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Based on procedure, the angiography devices market is categorized as coronary angiography, micro-angiography, non-coronary angiography, and others.
Coronary angiography, which produces a series of X-rays of the interior of the arteries by injecting dye into them to make them visible, may be recommended when there is evidence of heart disease.
Several hours later the pain recurred and therefore coronary angiography was done.
After the patient receives drugs to reduce arterial spasm and thrombosis, diagnostic catheters are inserted and coronary angiography or angioplasty can be performed.
Compared to invasive coronary angiography, exercise stress ECHO has a sensitivity of 79% to 85% and a specificity of 72% to 87% for the diagnosis of CAD.
Key Words: multislice computed tomography, coronary angiography, perioperative risk, anaesthesia
Until now, FFR measurements could only be measured invasively during coronary angiography with a pressure-sensing guidewire.
Provision of sterile medical devices, implantable and consumables for angiography and coronary angiography for pharmacy for internal use (PUI) of the hospital of Beauvais.
Traditional diagnosis of CAD is through coronary angiography.
The patient was initially unwilling to undergo invasive coronary angiography but was amenable to noninvasive, coronary computed tomographic angiography (CCTA).
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