The digital haemodynamics room of the Department of Cardiology has the most advanced technology for the diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery diseases.
This includes virtual histology, which offers differentiated and percentage information on the four components of atheromatous plaques: fibrotic content, lipid content, calcium content and necrotic core content.
It also includes intracoronary ultrasound, which consists of a 1-mm catheter that incorporates a miniature ultrasonic emitter (transducer) at the distal end connected to a real-time image generator console.
With optical coherence tomography (OCT), high-resolution images of the interior of the coronary artery are created using a near-infrared laser light source.
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