Heart Animation: Coronary Angiography (Cardiac Catheterization)

Visit cardiology.healthanimations.com for FREE videos, illustrations and patient handouts for healthcare providers. This 3D heart animation shows a coronary angiography (cardiac catheterization) procedure. It begins by showing the buildup of plaque in an artery wall of the heart, slowing the flow of blood and shows the heart valves pumping. Afterwards, the patient lies on a testing table while contrast dye is injected into the arteries of the heart, showing the location of the blockage. ANCE00182 For information on Atherosclerosis, visit http

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50 Responses to “Heart Animation: Coronary Angiography (Cardiac Catheterization)”

  • imagrahari:

    wonderful, my father has been admitted and doc told me about angiography, i failed to understand anything, but after looking at this video, i was like i know everything.
    I hope things go well…..:-)

  • nucleusanimation:

    @meronye EXCELLENT news! Congratulations and thanks for sharing your experience!

  • meronye:

    Had this procedure done yesterday. Surprisingly the actual procedure was painless and i didn’t feel any thing during the procedure. with in 10 minutes it was over. The preparation though took 4 hours. After the procedure i had to spend the night at the hospital though i was feeling fine enough to go home the same night but they wanted to monitor my heart. I was happy to hear my heart is in great shape and there is no blockage what so ever. Good luck everyone.


    I like it

  • trphln58:

    I will have this through the wrist on august 29. Kinda scarey , but I got the best Docs!

  • Jamieakamusekid:

    Got to see 2 of these today, found it extremely interesting.

  • wlltate:

    Just had this done yesterday. Don’t worry about the procedure, just worry about the results. I didn’t feel a thing during the ordeal. Had to stay overnight and I really don’t like hospitals and their lack of unhealthy food. After the procedure, you will definitely feel it. The next day you’ll be sore in the groin area…not really sore, but a discomfort.Good to know that I don’t have any obstruction which gives me peace of mind, but the bad news is I have to change my diet…no salt.

  • bharateesh007:

    hi this video is really educative ………. thanks a lot

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  • zaperfan:

    Returned home today after having this procedure glad to report i had no sign of coronary heart disease .And the procedure was fine just a little uncomfortable nothing to worry about.

  • forprestige2011:

    Amazing!!! I never never miss this procedure, I find it very interesting.

  • leanna68:

    I had this done a few days ago, I didn’t mind it at all, I actually watched the screen and seen what they were doing i found it quite interesting, only discomfort i had was at the groin site, it didn’t hurt, just quite sore

  • ironman87pa:

    @Sufyanrehman hi i am nurse , the side effects of angiography ( cardiac catheterization ) after procedure are hematoma ( accumulation of blood in site of procedure ) , bleeding ,( nausea & vomiting, rash all of these signs of hypersensitivity of dye ) . complications ( numbness , chest pain , extremity become cool , pale or cyanotic ) if you are diabetic patient you must telling your physician because some drugs must witheld 48 h. before & after procedure . i hope that i helped u .

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  • honey9386:

    when the doctor starts the angiography procedure then how many pains occur and where

  • Sufyanrehman:

    i want to know that is there any side effects after angiography? plz

  • zebstv:

    @varunike How did it go ? Best wishes Zeb

  • varunike:

    superb video. going to undergo one today. feeling confident on seeing the video and reading the posts. hope no blocks.

  • drbrvirdi1:

    what guides catheter to to enter into different artries i mean how tip of sleeve /catheter enter into artries is it by chance or anatomy of the heart is so that sleeve naturaly enters into the arteries.some cardiologist please tell me.

  • medicappharmacy:

    Heart is sensitive! This video clearly shows the angiography procedure.

  • Liz142:

    The doctor has order this for me, I failed the strees test, he says they found a vein that is not in place around my heart, the vein should be on the left side of my heart, but instead its in front .. why has the doctor require this? Should i be concerned?

  • kongalathomas:

    Thanks a lot for the video….Very Helpful…Perfect test for the coronary arteries…”DO STOP SMOKING”

  • macwiniphone:

    I have one of these two years ago and I felt the needle go in my groin and it hurt like hell even though I was messed up I felt it believe me! Had 50% blockage in one of my arteries…

    Thursday for another one because I hardly have any energy, feels like I am going to drop when I do things. I am going to tell them I better not feel it this time around. And also while they were in there my arteries stated to spasm and I had chest pains on the table.

  • Greekchildborn2fight:

    I can’t wait to be a doctor!!

  • iameuls23:

    very interesting

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