CT Coronary Angiogram
The computerized tomography (CT) coronary angiogram is a test that looks at the heart’s arteries. Unlike traditional angiograms, the CT angiograms do not use catheters threaded through the blood vessels to your heart. The CT angiogram, instead, uses a powerful x-ray machine to produce the heart’s and blood vessel’s images. These angiograms are noninvasive and do not require recovery time on the patient’s part.
Common uses of the procedure
A number of physicians advocate the use of CT coronary angiogram for the patients who have:
- Suspected abnormal anatomy of the coronary arteries
- Low or intermediate risk for a coronary artery disease, this includes patients who suffer from chest pain and have had normal, non-diagnostic or even unclear lab and ECG results
- Low to intermediate risk that is atypical to chest pain in the emergency department of the hospital
- Non-acute chest pains
- New or worsening symptoms that are supplemented with a normal stress test result previously
- Stress test results that are either unclear or inconclusive
- New onset of heart failure with a reduced heart function and a low or medium risk for coronary artery disease
- Intermediate risk of some coronary artery disease before a non-coronary cardiac surgery
- Coronary artery bypass grafts
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