When it comes to diagnosing and treating cardiovascular conditions, medical advancements have provided interventional cardiologists with an array of tools and techniques.
Among these, two prominent methods stand out: Fractional Flow Reserve FFR vs angiography. While both play crucial roles in assessing coronary artery health, they serve distinct purposes.
Angiography is a widely used diagnostic procedure that involves injecting a contrast dye into the arteries and capturing X-ray images (angiograms) to visualize blood vessel structures.
Understanding Interventional Angiography: Visualizing Blood Vessels
Exploring Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR): Measuring Blood Flow
FFR vs Angiography: A Collaborative Approach
* Accurate Diagnosis. * Informed Treatment Decisions. * Reduced Interventions. * Personalized Care.
Benefits of FFR Vs Angiography
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