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Embolization is the selective blocking of blood vessels by placing tiny particles in the vessel. Once the particles are in place, the blood flow along that vessel diminishes or stopped completely. Embolization is used for many purposes, such as cutting off the blood supply to malignant tumors or uterine fibroids, or to stop hemorrhaging in the lungs or nasal passages.
The particles are about the size of a grain of sand and they are made of a plastic substance that is similar to the material used to make hard contact lenses, called polyvinyl alcohol (PVA). This is a medical-grade material that is FDA approved for embolization and has been used for embolization in the human body for over 20 years.Vascular Interventions is a well recognized clinic for Embolization Treatment in Hyderabad with a well equipped laboratory.
Pains in chest, dryness of lips
Embolization is a catheter-based procedure. The Catheter is guided to the location that to be blocked through Fluoroscopy (Live X-Ray). The particles are released until the blood flow has been reduced to the appropriate level. The catheter is withdrawn and the procedure is done.
Usually it is done within few minutes but can vary depending on the patient’s health condition.
Q: What are the side effects?
A: Patients may suffer from fever, fatigue, vomiting, nausea and pain.