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an X-ray representation of blood vessels made after the injection of a radiopaque substance

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By contrast, during an invasive, lengthier cardiac angiogram (also called cardiac catheterization), patients have a tiny, hollow tube called a catheter inserted into their body in the groin area and threaded through to their heart's arteries in order to image the heart and blood vessels.
The Ministry of Health in conjunction with the Sahyadri Hospitals Pacific Limited will undertake interventional cardiac angiograms, stenting and open heart surgery between the of 25th of March to the 5th April 2013 period.
The intervention group also received antianginal therapy and antithrombotic agents, but also received cardiac angiograms within 72 hours of presentation.
Globally, over 4,000,000 cardiac angiograms are performed each year.
The professional and MD series displays, used in the Cath Labs and throughout the nursing floors, will play a critical role providing clear and consistent images for Abbott Northwestern cardiologists reading cardiac angiograms and viewing MRIs and CT scans.