Procedural Techniques of Coronary Angiography

@inproceedings{aluk2012ProceduralTO,
  title={Procedural Techniques of Coronary Angiography},
  author={Jasmin {\vC}aluk},
  year={2012}
}
Coronary angiography is an invasive diagnostic procedure in which radiocontrast is injected into the coronary arteries under X-ray guidance in order to display the coronary anatomy and possible luminal obstruction. Despite the advances in other diagnostic methods, it remains to be "the golden standard" of coronary disease diagnostics. Although today the complication rate is far lower than previously, the possibility of complication still exists, and an invasive cardiologist must be able to… CONTINUE READING