Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterization : When Is It Appropriate ?

  title={Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterization : When Is It Appropriate ?},
  author={Lon A Walder and Frederick A Schaller},
  journal={Postgraduate medicine},
  volume={97 3},
Preview The risks associated with diagnostic cardiac catheterization have declined through the years, but the question remains as to which patients should be referred for the procedure. In this article, Drs Walder and Schaller examine present guidelines for different types of heart disease and also review qualifications for performing cardiac catheterization. 


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