The cost of a cardiac angiogram procedure ranges from $5,000 to $10,000, which represents a median of approximately $7,500, explains CostHelper. Insurance does not cover the full cost of the procedure. The typical covera... More »

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A typical coronary angiogram lasts about an hour although preprocedure preparation and postprocedure care may make it longer, states Mayo Clinic. This time also increases when other cardiac catheterization procedures are... More »

A coronary angiogram is an X-ray imaging test used to locate impairments of the heart or blood vessels, Mayo Clinic states. Physicians perform the procedure by injecting contrast dye into a blood vessel and using an X-ra... More »

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Recovering fully from an angiogram generally takes several days, reports Mayo Clinic. Some patients who have angiograms go home the same day, while others spend a day in the hospital. Barring complications, the patient a... More »

A carotid angiogram, which requires the use of a dye material, X-rays and fluoroscopy, involves the insertion of a catheter into a blood vessel in either the arm or leg region that must reach the arteries in the neck and... More »

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A cardiac stent procedure ranges in price from $11,000 to $41,000 without insurance, as of 2015, according to CostHelper Health. If insurance covers the procedure, a patient can expect to pay a 10 to 20 percent co-pay. T... More »

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Cardiac stent placement begins with the doctor inserting a catheter through a small incision in a blood vessel in the patient's arm, neck or upper thigh, explains the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. The cathet... More »

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