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When patients enter a hospital during a heart attack, some are immediately taken to a catheterization laboratory, said Robert Yeh, an interventional cardiologist and co-author of the study.
One disorder, called single-ventricle disease, can lead to scarring in the liver and abnormal flow in the lymphatic system, which can be treated with a catheterization.
There, the victim was sent to the catheterization laboratory for evaluation and fitted with a stent, Mehling said.
The new hospital also features advanced surgical suites and a catheterization laboratory with imaging equipment used in cardiac care.
More catheterizations than are conceivable to the male mind.
No recommendation for catheterization or any other heart procedure was made, the official said.
Then in 2008, the health system was rocked by scandal when a catheterization lab nurse was caught stealing patients’ fentanyl and replacing it with saline.
In the cardiac-catheterization lab, a cardiologist fed a narrow tube through a blood vessel and injected a dye to illuminate the arteries supplying her heart.
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medical Definition of catheterization
catheterizeor British catheterise play \ˈkath-ət-ə-ˌrīz, ˈkath-tə-\ transitive verb catheterized or British catheterised; catheterizing or British catheterising
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