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Coronary Intensive Care

Coronary Intensive Care


Coronary intensive care units ensure that patients who are suspected of having a heart attack can be examined within the first 48-72 hours, and that after the crisis, the necessary measures can be taken, and that specialists can immediately respond to problems.

 

The intensive care units of the coronary arteries carefully examine patients with heart attacks, heart diseases who underwent surgical intervention in other conditions, and critically ill patients before heart surgery. If necessary, in patients who undergoing interventional cardiological procedures, such as angiography and angioplasty, the state of health is observed in the intensive care unit of the coronary arteries.