Percutaneous Interventional Method

Percutaneous intervention is a procedure done to place a sent to rectify blockage in the artery due to plaque formation. A small catheter with the stent is inserted from the arms, legs, or groin into the heart, and the stent is placed compressing the plaque and widening the blood vessel. This works with the help of a balloon at the tip of the catheter.

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Please examine and comment on my baby's ECG report.

Query: Hi doctor, My baby's heart rate is 110 beats per minute. During examination, the echocardiogram shows S1 normal, S2 split 3/6 and continuous murmur at left infraclavicular region. What does the information indicate?  Read Full »


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Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have seen the reports of echocardiogram (attachment removed to protect patient identity). The patient has a condition called patent ductus arteriosus. Usually ductus arteriosus closes at birth of a baby, but sometimes, it remains patent and does not close naturally....  Read Full »

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