Angiography is a diagnostic medical imaging technique used mainly to view the internal, or vascular, contents of a body organ, with special interest in the coronary arteries, veins, arteries, and the major organs of the human body. Angiography can be used for many purposes. It has great value in diagnosing coronary artery disease. It is used in the monitoring of patients after surgery, to determine the progress and the extent of the surgical complication. It is also used in monitoring the reaction of the blood to oxygen and other chemicals in the body to determine the health of various organs.
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Patients undergoing angiography are not required to take any medication; however, if sedatives are needed for the patient before undergoing the procedure then this must be given in the hospital. If the patient is already on a regular oxygenation, he/she will be required to discontinue taking oral oxygen before the procedure. The patient will then be required to remove all jewellery and remove all clothes from the abdomen. Prior to the procedure, the patient will be asked questions regarding the medical history of the individual, as well as of the patient’s family, who will be asked to remain at home for some days following the procedure.
One of the most important things that must be done after the procedure is to ensure that the patient does not have any residual radiation exposure after the procedure. This can be done by removing all foreign objects from the area to which the angiography has been performed, using thin cotton gloves and by wearing a mask with a radiation resistant cap. Radiotherapy is the only method for treating patients with invasive malignancies such as myeloma, cancer of the bone marrow, rectal cancers in men, bladder cancer in men, throat cancer in men, prostate and prostate cancer in men, and head and neck cancer in both men and women. Other than angiography, other minimally invasive surgical techniques are used in the treatment of various types of malignancies.