With our professional doctors’ expertise and care, your heart is in good hands.
Save as much as P77,000 with ManilaMed’s Coronary Angioplasty Package!
From P387,500.00, now P310,000 only*
This package includes:
- cost of hospitalization for specified number of days
- operating room
- professional fees
*Any deviation from package rate resulting from complications or room-upgrade will incur charges, to be added to the package rates.
*Consult with your physician to know if the package is recommendable for your medical condition before availment.
CHOOSE MANILAMED’S HEART CENTER
ManilaMed’s Cardiovascular and Catheterization Laboratory is equipped with the state of the art Siemens Artis One, a new approach in interventional imaging.
ManilaMed’s Coronary Angioplasty Package is inclusive of the following:
WHAT IS CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY?
Coronary Angioplasty is a percutaneous coronary intervention. It is a form of treatment done to widen blocked or narrowed arteries of the heart using a tiny balloon tipped catheter (Coronary Angioplasty) with or without an expandable coil (stent).
The angioplasty procedure may last around two hours. Though you will be awake, you will feel little pain throughout the procedure beyond perhaps brief discomfort when the angioplasty balloon is inflated or when your doctor starts the procedure. The insides of your arteries do not contain nerve endings, so you cannot feel the catheter.
All medical procedures come with a certain amount of risk. Just like many other types of invasive procedures, you may have an allergic reaction to the anesthetic, the dye, or some of the materials used in the angioplasty. Some other risks associated with coronary angioplasty include:
- bleeding, clotting, or bruising at the point of insertion
- scar tissue or blood clots forming in the stent
- an irregular heartbeat, or arrhythmia
- damage to a blood vessel, heart valve, or artery
- a heart attack
- kidney damage, especially in people who have preexisting kidney problems
- an infection
The risks of an emergency angioplasty after a heart attack are greater than those of an angioplasty performed under different circumstances.
Recovery from angioplasty and stenting is typically brief. Discharge from the hospital is usually 12 to 24 hours after the catheter is removed.