What is an Interventional Procedure?
Interventional Procedures use medical imaging (Ultrasound, Fluoroscopy or CT) to assist in the treatment of patients.
What to expect if you are having an Interventional Procedure?
The radiographer / sonographer will confirm your details, explain the procedure and risks to you and obtain your consent. You will then enter the procedure room and the radiographer / sonographer will assist the radiologist through the guidance of medical imaging to perform the procedure requested.
How long does an Interventional Procedure take?
Interventional procedures can take from 30-60 minutes to complete depending on the procedure requested.
For further information regarding Interventional procedures please refer to patient information below.