A coronary angiogram is a procedure which looks closely at your coronary arteries to see if they are narrow or blocked, using a special type of x-ray dye. It typically takes less than an hour.
Involves inflating a small balloon inside one or more of your coronary arteries to open up an area that has become narrow, improving blood flow to your heart.
Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) is a procedure used to measure blood pressure and flow through a specific part of a coronary artery. We perform it at the time of a coronary angiogram.
A pacemaker is a medical device implanted in a person’s chest to control abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmia).
Rotational Atherectomy is a procedure which clears a blocked or narrowed artery using highly specialised catheterisation.