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Cost of Angioplasty In India by Shekhar Dussal





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balloon angioplasty. Rarely heart attack and sudden cardiac death. Infection at the puncture site.

A decreased renal function or contrast dye may cause renal failure, especially if a renal function was already compromised.

Why choose India for treatment/Surgery:

The cost For Angioplasty surgery in India is just $5 whereas in other countries it goes up to $25,000 with the same quality of treatment

Also the Cardiac surgeon in India are trained to treat in a highly tough educational condition and this is the reason why they are in demand all over the world. ">Angioplasty is a generally performed vascular operation in a minimally invasive or percutaneous system. In addition to ballooning, during angioplasty, a stent may also be inserted. An interventional cardiologist assisted by qualified nurses and technicians performs this procedure in a cath lab.

Symptoms:

Swelling, bleeding, or pain at the puncture site. Fever Fatigue and weakness

Dizziness Nausea Sweating Breathlessness. Chest pain or discomfort

Change in color or temperature of the limb used for angioplasty.

Causes:

Coronary Heart disease

Narrowed or blocked arteries or veins

Atherosclerosis

Angina

Moderate to intense is ischemia

Atherosclerosis

Heart attack

High-risk stress evaluation findings

Types:

Balloon angioplasty, To compress the plaque and dilate the artery, a specially constructed catheter with a small balloon tip is inserted to the blocked point in the artery and then inflated, raising the blood flow to the heart.

Stent placement in the artery, which requires a tube made of wire mesh, or stent. After angioplasty, stents help prevent an artery from narrowing again.

Treatment:

• A nurse will insert an IV line through which sedatives and other medication will be given. • Patient will be hooked onto a monitor to gauge heart rate, blood pressure, and other vital parameters. • A doctor will clean and numb the area where the catheter enters the body • He inserts the catheter into the artery and directs it towards the coronary artery, watching its progress on an X-ray feed. • The doctor injects a contrast dye through the artery once the catheter is in place, which helps detect blockages around the heart. The doctor inserts a second catheter and a guide wire once they find the blockages, usually with a balloon at the top. • The doctor inflates the balloon while the second catheter is in place, which moves the plaque buildup away and opens up the artery. The positioning is verified by fluoroscope. The surgeon may insert a stent to keep the artery propped open.

Before procedure:

Angioplasty is a minimally invasive operation, but it is still surgery, and individuals must obey the directions of their doctor closely in advance.

People ought to notify their doctor whether they are taking any drugs and supplements. In certain instances, before the operation, they might need to stop taking these medications, especially blood thinners.

Also, for several hours before the angioplasty operation, a person can need to avoid food or liquids as doctors may need to sedate them.

Kidney tests may also be needed in advance, as kidney function may be impaired by the contrast dye that surgeons use.

After Procedure:

After the operation, your incision site will be sore and probably swollen for a few days, and your mobility will be limited. Brief walks on flat surfaces, however, are appropriate and encouraged. In the first two or three days after the treatment, stop going up and downstairs, or walking long distances.

You can also need activities such as driving, yard work, or sports to be avoided. When you will return to your usual activities, your doctor will let you know. Always follow whatever orders you are given by your doctor or surgeon following your operation.

Recovery:

Before going home, a person will recuperate in the hospital for a few hours or overnight. As they may still have sedative medicine in their system, they must not drive. For around a week afterward, they would still have limits on lifting.

The puncture site is checked for bleeding and the sheath removed. After 2-6 hours, patients will be asked to walk around and return to normal, non-strenuous activities within a week.

A main element of the procedure is the follow-up visit following angioplasty. The doctor will review the rehabilitation of the person, change the drugs they need, and develop an ongoing cardiovascular health treatment plan. FAQs:

• What are the risks involved in the process of angioplasty? • Where does Angioplasty take place? • Why is Angioplasty performed? • What kind of stents will you use?

Pros:

Far less invasive than surgery by the bypass. Lower cost relative to surgery. Although surgery involves general anesthesia, it is performed under local anesthesia. Just a small nick and no other surgical incisions are made. You will return even quicker than after surgery to daily activities.

Cons:

Angioplasty is unlikely to heal or reverse underlying atherosclerosis that needs to be treated with drugs and exercise.

It is important to alter accompanying lifestyle such as dietary changes, workouts, quit smoking, and restrict alcohol.

There is a need for related care for diabetes and hypertension.

In certain cases, smaller vessels have already been compromised in those who undergo renal angioplasty and, thus, regulation of blood pressure is reduced.

Stenting is less effective in those with peripheral vascular disorders if several leg arteries are compromised and when small vessels have to be opened. Smoking cessation, a balanced diet, and cholesterol management must be accompanied.

Risks:

Blood clot formation Re-stenosis Arrhythmia Allergic reactions to medication or dye The tear of the artery

Embolization or launching of debris into the bloodstream. Arterial rupture due to balloon over-inflation or the use of an improperly wide or rigid balloon or the presence of a calcified vessel.

Hematoma or pseudo-aneurysm formation at the site of access.

Abrupt vessel closure or occlusion. This happens within 24 hours of the balloon angioplasty. Rarely heart attack and sudden cardiac death. Infection at the puncture site.

A decreased renal function or contrast dye may cause renal failure, especially if a renal function was already compromised.

Why choose India for treatment/Surgery:

The cost For Angioplasty surgery in India is just $5 whereas in other countries it goes up to $25,000 with the same quality of treatment

Also the Cardiac surgeon in India are trained to treat in a highly tough educational condition and this is the reason why they are in demand all over the world.

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