Stage 1. A coronary angiogram will be done initially, with the aim of gathering important information about the structure and function of your heart. Step 2. A pressure wire study is a pressure wire device that can be used during coronary angiography to determine if a narrowing (stenosis) in one of your heart arteries (coronary arteries) requires further treatment. Stage 3. If a narrowed or blocked artery is identified, and you agree with your specialist doctor, they will proceed to treating the identified problem with a treatment known as a coronary angioplasty
Expected length of hospital stay
Up to one night stay
Private Coronary angiogram +/- angioplasty treatment prices.
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HCA Healthcare UK hospitals offering Cardiac treatments
See below for the HCA hospitals that offer private Coronary angiogram +/- angioplasty treatment.
Consultants offering Cardiac treatments
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Private Cardiac treatments at HCA Healthcare UK.
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