Best Hospitals for Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)

An angiogram is an exceptional X-ray exam of the blood vessels.  It is performed to find out if the blood vessels are unhealthy. The most common disease is called peripheral vascular disease and it mainly affects the arteries in the periphery of the circulation that is the legs.

Angiography across the world

Patients can get significant cost savings and shorter waiting times without negotiating on quality by traveling from their home country for the main technique like an Angiography. The first thing to consider when seeking for a hospital for Angiography is the experience and the surgeon’s profile. The patient requires to build a good rapport with the surgeon as the recovery period and few details of the Angiography differ depending on his or her condition. It is not always likely to meet face-to-face with the surgeon prior to traveling for Angiography overseas.

Cost of Angiography

The cost of an Angiography be subject to a number of factors and it is essential to understand the reasons for the different range of costs in the market and check the experts to help you avoid surprise components.

The overall health is one issue that can affect the ultimate cost of an Angiography. A general health check will be carried out during the consultation period to evaluate the level of risk involved prior to any surgery performed. Depending upon all the criteria, the cost of Angiography could vary like it might become higher.

Treatment and Cost

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Wockhardt Hospital, Umrao located in Thane, India is accredited by NABH. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • A 14 story building houses this hospital and it has a 350 beds capacity.
  • The hospital has a day care unit, dialysis unit, and digital documentation facility.
  • Treatment packages are available at the hospital as are Diagnostic and therapeutic services.
  • High end diagnostic services, 9 operation theatres and ICU facilities (24/7) are present.
  • Nephrology, Urology, Oncology, Orthopaedics, Cardiology, and Neurology departments in the hospital are worth a mention.
  • Minimal access surgery as well as Emergency & Trauma Surgery services are present in Wockhardt Umrao.
  • Comprehensive health check up option is available at Wockhardt Umrao.
  • It has all kinds of International patient care services including assistance for travel, transfer, accommodation and interpreters.

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USD 500 - 620

FOR Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)


Apollo Hospital located in Chennai, India is accredited by JCI, NABH. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • Committed Centers of Excellence involving many major specialties, super specialties
  • Assistance in trip planning and execution
  • Insurance related assistance
  • Visa facilitation
  • International patient representatives for complete end to end travel and transfer processing for medical travellers
  • Language translators availability
  • Robust safety and infection protocols
  • Personalised, Visa and Premium Health Checks available
  • Health Library and accessing health records online
  • Wide variety of procedures accomplished including complex and critical procedures
  • Technologically advanced systems and procedures in place
  • Research and academics base of healthcare delivery

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DOCTORS IN 13 SPECIALITIES

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FACILITIES & AMENITIES

USD 520 - 630

FOR Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)


Apollo Multispecialty Hospitals located in Kolkata, India is accredited by JCI, NABH. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • International patient Center
  • Focus on research and innovation
  • Different amenities: Transport, Security, Travel Desk, Places of Worship, Telecommunication Service, Special Nurse, Food & Dietary Services
  • Several kinds of rooms: General ward, Semi Private Rooms, Private Rooms, Deluxe, Super Deluxe, Suite, Maharaja Suite, HDU, Gastro ICU, Emergency, Neonatal ICU, Level 1, Level 2 & Level 3
  • Health Insurance coverage available
  • Here is a comprehensive list of the various kinds of key medical procedures performed through the latest technology.
  • Arthroscopy
  • Bone Marrow Transplant
  • Cosmetic Surgery
  • Da Vinci Robotic Surgical System
  • Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR)
  • Hand Microsurgery
  • Hip Arthroscopy
  • Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery
  • Minimally Invasive Subvastus Total Knee Replacement
  • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  • 128 Slice PET CT
  • Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold (BVS)
  • ECMO
  • OCT Technique - Optical Coherence Tomography
  • Single Port Endoscopic technique of Carpal Tunnel Release (ECTR)

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DOCTORS IN 13 SPECIALITIES

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FACILITIES & AMENITIES

USD 530 - 640

FOR Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)

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Canadian Specialist Hospital located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates is accredited by JCI. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • A multispecialty hospital which is based in 7 stories of a building.
  • More than 30 specialised centres
  • It has over 35 specialties and 40 plus OPD clinics with 200 beds
  • 6 Operating Theatres as well as ICU, CCU, HDU, NICU
  • The most advanced lab & Imaging services
  • International patient care services
  • Option for Telemedicine to connect with the specialists

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DOCTORS IN 9 SPECIALITIES

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FACILITIES & AMENITIES

USD 3270 - 4150

FOR Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)


BGS Gleneagles Global Hospitals located in Bengaluru, India is accredited by NABH, NABL. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • The BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital at Kengeri has a capacity of 500 beds.
  • There are 14 operation theatres in this healthcare facility at Kengeri.
  • It is a technologically advanced hospital with imaging facilities, Transplant ICU.
  • A professionally managed International patient center caters to the huge influx of overseas patients.
  • Gleneagles Global Hospitals, Richmond Road is associated with the latest imaging services, pathology laboratory and in house pharmacy.
  • The Richmond Road hospital is a 40-bed healthcare specialty.
  • It specialises in preventive medicine options which makes regular health check ups a reality for patients.

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DOCTORS IN 14 SPECIALITIES

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FACILITIES & AMENITIES

USD 550 - 650

FOR Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)


Indraprastha Apollo Hospital is known for delivering treatment to over 200,000 patients every year; 10,000 of which are generally medical tourists. The efficient team of doctors has the record of 99.6 percent success rate. Indraprastha Apollo Hospital deals in treatment of over 50 specialities.  

Let’s see some of the features of the infrastructure:

  • Spread over 15 acres, the hospital has 710 beds.
  • 6 beds dedicated to bone marrow transplant units with very strict infection control practices.
  • 64-Slice Scan coupled with data acquisition which provides highest temporal resolution
  • One of the hospitals to be using Da Vinci Robotics Surgery System
  • In South Asia, the Spect-CT and Pet-CT got their first installation at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital in India
  • Technologies such as PET- MR, BrainLab Navigation System, PET-CT, Portable CT Scanner, Tilting MRI, NovalisTx, Cobalt based HDR Brachytherapy, Hyperbaric Chamber, DSA Lab, Fibroscan, 3 Tesla MRI, Endosonography, 128 Slice CT scanner are all installed at the hospital.
  • The Cancer Institute at Indraprastha Apollo is equipped with a highly advanced Radiation Oncology Center with ClinaciX, NovalisTx, and HDR-Brachytherapy.
  • It is equipped with the largest Sleep Lab in Asia, & has one of the largest Dialysis Units in India.
  • A large number of ICU beds than any other Private Hospitals in India.
  • WIFI is accessible across the whole campus.

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DOCTORS IN 14 SPECIALITIES

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FACILITIES & AMENITIES

USD 550 - 660

FOR Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)


Manipal Hospital, Yeshwantpur located in Bengaluru, India is accredited by NABH. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • Super-specialty healthcare facility
  • Started operations in July 2008
  • Video consultations with specialists
  • Various health checkup packages available
  • Technological applications in healthcare and healthcare delivery
  • Many ancillar services available like
    • ICU, NICU
    • Physiotherapy
    • Referral lab
    • Teleradiology / telemedicine
    • Pharmacy
    • Imaging facilities
  • Rehabilitation services, 24 hour emergency services, operating theatre, ambulatory and daycare, cafeteria, and many kinds of patient accomodation.

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DOCTORS IN 12 SPECIALITIES

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Fortis Hospital located in Noida, India is accredited by ISO, NABH. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • The hospital has a capacity of as many as 200 beds.
  • There are also 7 operation rooms.
  • Emergency trauma unit of the hospital is an epitome of excellence.
  • The laboratories are made to make diagnosis and analysis a strong part of the treatment process.
  • Numerous organ transplants have been performed and continued to be performed in this healthcare organization.
  • The dialysis unit of the Fortis Hospital Noida is definitely worth a mention, as is its position as a referral hospital for renal ailment treatments.
  • The critical care procedures of the hospital are a major attraction.
  • The hospital has a smoothly functioning 24/7 Emergency centre and its Cardiac Centre for Excellence is well renowned.

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DOCTORS IN 12 SPECIALITIES

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FACILITIES & AMENITIES

USD 510 - 630

FOR Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)


Memorial Atasehir Hospital located in Istanbul, Turkey is accredited by JCI. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • Covers an area of 22,000 sqm in the Anatolian side of Istanbul
  • The Hospital has comfortable patient rooms, designed while considering all the required needs of the patients
  • Capacity of 144 beds
  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Emergency Department

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DOCTORS IN 13 SPECIALITIES

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Medicana Bahcelievler Hospital located in Istanbul, Turkey is accredited by ISO, JCI. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • Capacity of 89 beds
  • 6 Operating Rooms
  • 2 Delivery Rooms
  • Coronary Intensive Care Unit
  • General Intensive Care Unit
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Dialysis Unit with 30 beds

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DOCTORS IN 13 SPECIALITIES

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Medicana Konya Hospital located in Konya, Turkey is accredited by JCI. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • Providing services in a closed area of 30.000 m2
  • It has a total of 80 physicians (including 32 specialist physicians), 37 academicians, 8 practitioners, 1 psychologist and 2 Dieticians
  • General and Neonatal Intensive Care Units
  • Total bed capacity for 223 beds with 49 in general intensive care, 7 in cardiovascular surgery intensive care, 9 beds in coronary intensive care unit, 41 in NICU and 117 service beds
  • Operating rooms are equipped with the latest medical technologies & state-of-the-art equipment like IT, MRI (1.5 Tesla), Mammography, Ultrasonography, etc.
  • Laboratories and Imaging Units
  • UHA Unit for International Patients
  • Pharmacies on Duty
  • Hospital rooms are categorized as Standard rooms and Suite rooms
  • Rooms are fully equipped with basic needs of a patient and their relatives, like TV, Mini Fridge, Nurse call system, telephone, central air conditioning ventilation system, etc.
  • 24-hour cafeteria
  • Parking lot
  • Mens & Womens Place of worship

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DOCTORS IN 9 SPECIALITIES

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American Hospital located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates is accredited by JCI. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • This is a 254 bed hospital.
  • There are 40 medical and surgical specialties.
  • The hospital is recognised as a leading mulitspecialist healthcare organisation.
  • It possesses a fully functional Research & Innovation Hub and a Robotic Center of Excellence which are a sign of a progressive health facility.
  • The International Patient Center caters to a wide variety of patients from various nationalities who come here every year.
  • Also, there is an academic focus with programmes such as Service Excellence Programme and Life Support Training Centre etc.

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DOCTORS IN 12 SPECIALITIES

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FACILITIES & AMENITIES

USD 3160 - 4030

FOR Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)


NMC Specialty Hospital - Al Ain located in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates is accredited by JCI. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • Capacity for more than 82 beds
  • 7 Intensive Care beds
  • 13 Nursery beds
  • A well-equipped laboratory where tests are carried out by a centralized computerized system
  • The hospital has tied up with Biomnis, France for rare investigations and tests not available locally
  • Radiology Department with cutting-edge technology- a patient friendly open MRI (1.0 tesla), 64-Slice Spiral CT Scanner, 4-D Ultrasound with Color Doppler, Bone Densitometry, Mammogram, and Digital X-Ray systems backed by a fully integrated PACS system
  • 24-hour Emergency Clinic
  • 24-hour Ambulance Services
  • 24-hour New Medical Center Pharmacy
  • 100+ Doctors
  • 350+ paramedical personnel and nursing staff

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DOCTORS IN 10 SPECIALITIES

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USD 3080 - 4340

FOR Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)


Medicana Bursa Hospital located in Bursa, Turkey is accredited by ISO, JCI. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • Covers an indoor area of 40,000 sqm
  • 22-storey building
  • Capacity of 300 beds (100 intensive care beds and 200 single rooms)
  • Intensive care units with general intensive care units (reanimation)
  • Operating rooms are available for all kinds of surgeries
  • Cardiovascular surgery ICU
  • Neonatal ICU (NICU)
  • Coronary ICU
  • Emergency room
  • Bursa Hospital provides a 5-star hotel comfort to its patients and their relatives
  • Cinema and Conference hall with Medical explanations
  • Rest areas
  • Cafeteria
  • Game and Hobby sections for children
  • Dining room (designed for 1000 employees)
  • Terrace Rest Area

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Shanti Mukund Hospital located in New Delhi, India is accredited by ISO, NABH. Also listed below are some of the most prominent infrastructural details:

  • Most medical and surgical disciplines are covered in the hospital in terms of treatment.
  • The diagnostics of the hospital are up to date with the latest technologies in a specialised dedicated wing called as SMH Imaging Center.
  • Some important specialties available in the hospital are Orthopedics, Oncology (SMH Cancer Center), Neurology, Cardiac Care, Pediatrics etc.
  • Physiotherapy services are available for patients.
  • There is a specific Dialysis unit known as SMH Dialysis Center.
  • There is a bed capacity of 200.
  • Modular Operation theatres as well as provisions for minimally invasive procedures.
  • Critical care and emergency care departments are also present.

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DOCTORS IN 11 SPECIALITIES

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FACILITIES & AMENITIES

USD 540 - 650

FOR Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)

About the Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)

Most physicians advise their patients to undergo the angiogram procedure (also known as angiography and arteriogram) when certain symptoms such as a heart attack or chest pain become a source of worry. A stress test is performed on patients who report chest pain, which is then followed by an angiogram test.

Angiography procedure aims at testing the blockages in the coronary arteries apart from any other cardiovascular-related ailments. Angiography and angiogram procedure can both locate narrowing arteries or blockages that may exist in different parts of the body.

Angiography is recommended for patients with coronary heart diseases (CHD), which can cause the heartbeat to stop suddenly and abruptly. The patient may also suffer from severe chest pain. Angiography can also be performed on patients on an emergency basis when they experience a heart attack. If the blockage is not treated immediately, then healthy tissues around the heart start perishing and turn into scar tissue. It can give rise to several long-lasting problems. Angiography may also be required in the case of a patient with aortic stenosis or those who have had an abnormal heart stress test.

How is Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast) performed?

The procedure involves administering a sedative for relaxation. An intravenous line is inserted into the vein. This is just a precautionary step to ensure that medication can be provided or blood products can be given in case of unwanted complications that take place during the angiography procedure.

  • An antiseptic agent is used to clean the location and a local anesthetic is then administered. For the passage of the needle, a small incision is made. Something named as a stylet, which is a needle with a solid inner core, is inserted into the artery via the incision. After the puncture of the artery, the radiologist replaces the stylet with a guide wire, which is a long wire. Spurting of blood is normal during the process. Through the outer needle, the guide wire is fed into the artery that is supposed to be studied. To direct the guide wire to the correct location of the artery, a fluoroscope display is used. Once the location is spotted, the needle is removed and a catheter is placed over the guide wire’s length until it reaches the region of the study. The guide wire is then removed and now a contrast medium is injected in the region.
  • The contrast medium can be injected either through a syringe or an automatic injector referred to as power injector. Before this, a small test injection is given to check that the catheter is in the right position. The patient is informed to stay as still as possible during this process. The injection can cause a little bit of dizziness, warmth, burning sensation, chest pain, irregular heartbeat, or a headache. The patient is often asked to change position to allow the study from different perspectives.
  • Throughout the procedure, radiographs or fluoroscopic images are obtained in rapid succession. Because of the high pressure of the blood flow in the artery, the contrasting medium gets diluted and starts dissipating in the body. More than one automatic film changers is employed to capture the images.
  • Digital image capture makes it possible to manipulate the information electronically. This is known as digital subtraction angiography or DSA. Computers make use of pixels to analyze the information better. After the completion of the X-Ray, the catheter is slowly removed and manual pressure is applied to the site for about 10 to 20 minutes with a sandbag. This allows resealing of the arterial puncture. A pressure bandage is then applied at this site.

Recovery from Angiography (Including Non-Ionic Contrast)

The patient is kept under close observation for at least 6 to 12 hours if the procedure is performed on an outpatient basis. In case of a femoral artery puncture, the leg is almost kept immobile during the observation period.

Blood pressure and other vital signs are continuously monitored. A cold pack is applied to reduce swelling in the area of puncture and medications are given in case of extreme discomfort.

Hematoma may develop in a few patients. This indicates continuous bleeding from the puncture site and has to be watched for. Two to three days of complete rest is advised and driving should be avoided in the case of patients who have had fluorescein angiography. Direct exposure to sunlight should be avoided for at least 12 hours.

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