Coronary Angiogram with PCI
Coronary angioram and coronary angioplasty (also referred to as percutaneous coronary intervention, PCI) is a minimally invasive procedure that is used to treat coronary artery disease (plaque build-up inside the arteries).
The goal of coronary angioplasty is to compress the fatty plaque against the artery wall, making more room for blood to flow through. This improved blood flow can reduce chest pain, shortness of breath, and the risk of a subsequent heart attack.
Preparing to undergo the procedure
- Avoid food and water for at least six hours before the procedure.
- Discuss with Doctor whether any medications need to be stopped before the procedure.
*In most cases, a stent (a wire mesh tube used to hold the artery open) will be placed to help decrease the chance of the artery narrowing again. The stent stays in place permanently. The procedure will take approximately 60-120 minutes to complete.
- During the procedure, an intravenous line will be started for fluids and medication.
- A local anesthetic will be injected to numb the area of your body that is used (the groin, the wrist, or the inside of the elbow).
- A thin tube (catheter) with a small, deflated balloon at the tip will be guided into the narrowed or blocked artery.
- Once the balloon-tipped catheter is at the site of the blockage, the balloon is inflated. This compresses the plaque against the artery wall, widening the blood vessel.
- Cardiac catheterization room charges: use of cardiac catheterization lab, hemodynamic monitoring and a nursing and technician team
- Accommodation for one night in the coronary care unit (CCU) and one night on the medical/surgical floor, including charges for room, nursing services, and food ordered from the standard hospital menu
- Radiology Studies: Chest X-ray 1 time
- Cardiac investigation : EKG 1 time
- Medical equipment Medication and Medical supplies used for catherterization 1 site
- Laboratory testing: routine laboratory tests necessary for the procedure (Creatinine & eGFR, Electrolytes (Na, K, CL, CO2))
- Cardiologist’s fees for single vessel PCI
Heart (Cardiology) Center
- Charges billed for inpatient stays in excess of two nights
- Catheters in excess of three lines
- Balloon catheters in excess of one
- Cardiologist’s fee for additional vessel dilation
- Outpatient fees and expenses incurred before admission.
- Charges for ICU stays (if required)
- Charges for others specialist consultation
- Admission physician fees, Daily round physician fees and Discharge summary fee.
- Charges for complex cases requiring special equipment and hospital stays in excess of program.
- Items of a personal nature such as in-room soft drinks, telephone charges and guest meals will be charged at the normal rates in effect.
- Charges for Blood transfusion, Laboratory tests and other diagnostic tests Pre & Post operation
- Take home medications; and medical supplies.
14th Floor, Bumrungrad International Clinic (BIC) Building.
Please call 02-0113491
at 8:00 - 20:00 and 1378 at 20:00 - 8:00
E-mail : [email protected]
Daily 07:00 - 20:00 hrs
Terms & Conditions :
- Patients need to make an appointment with a cardiologist to evaluate current symptoms or cardiac risk factors, and to determine the appropriateness and safety of coronary angiogram before doing the test.
- Making appointment or asking for more information
please cal 02-0113491 , 065-509-9198 (8:00 - 20:00น.)
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- This price is valid until 31 Dec 2021