Coronary Angiography

Coronary angiograms are used to help see whether there are any narrowings in heart arteries. A small flexible tube is passed via an artery in the wrist (or top of leg) to the heart arteries and images are taken using an X-ray machine. In addition to coronary angiograms, Dan undertakes right heart catheters to help those with high pressures in their lung arteries as part of the regional pulmonary hypertension service.