It is the minimally invasive diagnostic intervention that is performed on a patient in an operating room, under local anesthesia and intravenous anesthesia (if needed) by a surgical team (surgeon, surgical nurse) to diagnose the invasive pressure in cardiac chambers and the pressure gradient between cardiac chambers and main vessels. A surgeon performs the puncture of the radial artery or the cubital vein transcutaneously with an intravascular hydrophilic conductor with the diameter of 0.035’’ introducing a diagnostic catheter into cardiac chambers and main vessels. The diagnostic catheter is connected with the vascular pressure monitor, examining and recording of the results is performed, the pressure gradient is determined. After the examination the surgical instruments are removed, and the hemostasis of the vascular accesses is performed.
Indications for the procedure: data of the clinical picture, of the echocardiographic examination of coronary vessels.
Service duration: 20 to 30 minutes.
Special aspects of service provision
The procedure has no age restrictions.
Contraindications for the procedure: allergic reactions to contrast agents, active infectious process.
Appointment for the surgical intervention is carried out only after a check-up by a specialist cardiac surgeon of Dobrobut clinic chain.
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