CT angiography cost in Bangalore varies from ₹ 8,480 to ₹ 13,000 depending on the lab you choose. You can find the details of all the CT angiography labs near you in Bangalore and the discounted prices offered by them below.
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CT Angiography Cost and Lab Details in Bangalore
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|Lab name||Discount price||Details|
|Medray Labs, Sanjay Nagar, Bangalore||₹8,480||Lab details|
|Narayana Multispeciality Hospital, Whitefield, Bangalore||₹12,489||Lab details|
|Clumax Diagnostics, Indira Nagar, Bangalore||₹9,540||Lab details|
|Clumax Diagnostics, Jaya Nagar, Bangalore||₹9,000||Lab details|
|Narayana Multispeciality Hospital, HSR Layout, Bangalore||₹11,886||Lab details|
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Frequently asked questions about CT angiography
The following are the most important questions that everyone should ask before taking CT angiography scan.
- What is CT angiography?
- Why is it done?
- How should I prepare for the procedure?
- How is it done?
- What are the risks involved?
What is CT angiography?
CT angiography also know as CT angiogram or CT coronary angiography is an imaging technique to examine the blood vessels carrying blood from the heart. It is an effective tool to detect any abnormalities in the arteries that may cause life-threatening problems.
CT angiography is quick and non-invasive. It is normally done to detect and diagnose the causes of chest pain and other symptoms related to heart diseases.
Why is it done?
CT angiography is an effective tool to examine the arteries carrying blood from the heart. Your doctor may ask you to take the test in the following cases
- High blood pressure
- Chain smoker
- Family history with heart disease
- High Cholesterol
- Chest Pain
- Difficulty in breathing
Normally it is done if your doctor feels that you are at a high risk of developing heart disease.
How should I prepare for the procedure?
Normally, the CT angiography requires a few preparations. You may be asked to change into a loose gown provided by the lab. You should not carry any objects containing metallic contents as it may block the X-Ray generating unclear images.
You should fast for a few hours before the CT Angiography. Also, avoid taking caffeine prior to the scan as it may increase the heart rate.
In some cases, a contrast dye may be used to produce more enhanced images. If you have any know allergies to contrast material inform your doctor as there are alternatives to it.
How is it done?
CT angiography uses X-Ray to visualize the blood vessels. You will be asked to lie down on a table attached to the CT machine. The table then slowly slides into the center of the CT machine.
The X-Ray passed through your body will be absorbed by the blood vessels. These signals will be picked by the special detectors in the CT machine. A special computer will process these signals to generate an image. It is important to remain still throughout the process as any movement in the body may distort the images.
Generally, it takes around 1 hour to complete the entire procedure of CT Coronary Angiogram.
What are the risks involved?
The CT angiography does not involve any potential risks. You may develop allergic reactions due to the contrast material. There is also a slight risk of kidney failure due to the contrast dye.
It is necessary to inform your doctor if you are pregnant or expected to be pregnant. Sometimes the radiation from the CT machine may harm the fetus.