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Angioplasty

Angioplasty refers to Angio means blood vessel Plasty means widening up. Angioplasty in Jalandhar is a turning point for people with diseases like coronary heart disease (CHD) or other heart tribulations that involve plaque buildup in the blood vessels.

Plaque buildup is an alarming condition in which sticky deposits collect in the arteries, which eventually reduces the blood flow and invites blockages leading to clots and causing heart attacks or heart failures.

During Angioplasty, heart experts put a tube that travels through your skin and then in the blood vessels, reaching the point where plaque buildup is maximum, another wire is inserted with a small balloon attached which inflates and makes space inside the arteries increasing blood flow.

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Angioplasty (Question & Answer)

What is angioplasty, and how does it differ from angiography?

Angioplasty is a procedure that follows angiography. It involves using a balloon-tipped catheter to open blocked or narrowed arteries, improving blood flow. Angiography is a diagnostic procedure that helps identify the blockages.

Is angioplasty a surgical procedure?

No, angioplasty is a minimally invasive procedure. A catheter with a deflated balloon is threaded to the blockage site, and then the balloon is inflated to widen the artery. Sometimes, a stent is placed to keep the artery open.

How long does angioplasty take, and is it painful?

Angioplasty usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour. Patients may experience minor discomfort during the procedure, but it is generally not painful. Local anesthesia is used to numb the catheter insertion site.

What are the potential complications of angioplasty?

While angioplasty is considered safe, there can be risks, including bleeding, infection, or damage to the treated artery. Your healthcare team will explain these risks and potential complications.

What is the recovery like after Angioplasty in Jalandhar?

Most patients can go home the same day or after a short observation period. Recovery time varies, but many individuals can return to their normal activities within a few days to a week.

Is angioplasty effective in treating heart conditions?

Angioplasty is highly effective in restoring blood flow to blocked arteries. It can relieve symptoms like chest pain (angina) and is often used during a heart attack to minimize damage to the heart muscle.

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