4 edition of Coronary arteriography found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
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There's a change in temperature or color of the leg or arm that was used for the procedure• high alertPatients who are pregnant or suspected of being pregnant, unless the potential benefits of a procedure using radiation far outweigh the risk of radiation exposure to the fetus and mother.
You may also need to stop smoking before the procedure. The presence or absence of or within the walls of the cannot be clearly determined. The nurses will take your blood pressure, start an and, if you have, check your blood sugar.asthma, food allergies, or allergy to contrast medium. Arrange for Coronary arteriography to give you a ride home.
The heart rate may increase, and blood pressure may fall slightly. This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. Learn more about our commitment to. When the radiopaque contrast agent is injected into the aorta or heart chambers, the person has a temporary feeling of warmth throughout the body as the contrast agent spreads through the bloodstream.
high alertConditions associated with adverse reactions to contrast medium e. Instruct the patient to maintain bedrest for 4 to 6 hr after the procedure or as ordered.
The hydraulic pressures are chosen and applied by the physician, according to how the balloon within the abnormal narrowing in a blood vessel responds.
Ask your health care team when to resume taking medications, bathing or showering, working, and doing other normal activities.
If you have diabetes, ask your doctor if you should take insulin or other oral medications before your angiogram.
Inform the patient that a burning and flushing sensation may be felt throughout the body during injection of the contrast medium.
The access point is usually in your arm but it can also be in your groin.