Cath Lab Services
Our cardiac catheterization laboratory, commonly known as a Cath lab was operationalized in July 2022. This is a specialized area in the cardiology unit of the Hospital where doctors perform minimally invasive tests and procedures to diagnose and treat cardiovascular diseases. The procedures performed in a cardiac cathlab almost always involve tiny, flexible tubes, called catheters, which can be used to access the heart and blood vessels without surgery. Special imaging equipment is used to see the arteries and check how well blood is flowing to and from the heart; helping the care team to diagnose and treat blockages and other problems in the arteries.
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The Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at KUTRRH is a modern, technologically advanced facility, the equipment comprising of state-of-the-art biplane imaging, which provides excellent quality angiograms with minimal amount of X-Ray exposure to patients and medical personnel. Since inception in mid 2022 close to 150 persons have been attended to.