|A cardiac catheterization is a procedure that a doctor performs by inserting a thin hollow tube into the large blood vessels that reach the heart, with visible dye injections that flow through the arteries of the heart and are followed by X-rays. As this is often relieved and the person is awake and given only some medications to help relax, the patient often returns to normal quickly after the Cather|
A cardiac catheterization to diagnose or treat some heart problems , Determine the location of narrowing or blocking blood vessels that may cause chest pain through angiography.
A catheter is applied by installing a small balloon at the site of the blockage to help expand narrowed arteries. To reduce the chance of it being narrowed again, angioplasty is combined with the implantation of small metal coils called stents in the blocked arteries.