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Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory

Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory

Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory

Heart catheterization laboratory of the academic hospital of the Red Cross in the city of Munich was built in the year 2012 and perfectly equipped with the latest equipment.

List of procedures performed in the heart catheterization lab Munich:

  • Diagnostic coronary angiography.
    Diagnostic coronary angiography. is intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS) and the internal pressure in the coronary artery distal to stenosis or pressure in the aorta (FFR). Thus measured indicators of regional blood flow reserve (RDCS) and relative reserve of coronary blood flow (known as the Griffin ORKK). These measurements shall be made using a special pressure sensor located at the end of the Explorer with a maximum coronary hyperemia.
  • Interventional cardiac catheterization with implantation of the stent.
  • The use of special techniques in difficult situations.
    Such as: bifurcation or rotablation in calcification with heavy vessels.
    Rotablation (synonym: pipe cutter rotation = rotation; from = ablation) is a procedure that is used in a very firm and strongly calcification stenosis of the arteries, the blood vessels, especially the coronary arteries.
  • The study of heart valves.
    Including the study of the aortic valve.
  • Electrophysiology (EPU).
    EPU is a special heart catheterisation in patients with heart rhythm disorders.
  • Implanaciâ pacemaker.
    Installation operation pacemakers are minimally invasive method. Today used one, two and three-Chamber pacemakers that stimulate the appropriate number of cavities of the heart. Installing the pacemaker is shown with the constant violations of the patient’s heart rhythm, which threatened his life, and is a very dangerous disease.

Treatment of cardiac diseases is being held in Germany on the highest European and world level.

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