The aim of cardiac catheterization is to study the heart and identify problems. These discoveries aid your doctor in determining if further procedures are necessary.
In addition to its effectiveness in examining the heart, in most cases, cardiac catheterization is well tolerated and safe.
Now that you have viewed the presentation, it is your doctor's hope that you have a better understanding of the procedure, including its risks, benefits and alternatives. Based on your values and expectations, you and your doctor can now make a shared decision about your health care.