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Risk of angiography

Q: What are the risks of angiography for a person who has already suffered a heart attack?

A:Coronary angiography is a very safe invasive test to evaluate the coronary arteries where a precise anatomic information is required. It is very safe and, in trained hands, the chances of a serious compication is less than one in one thousand procedures which is not more than a treadmill exercise test.

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