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  1. The patient is kept under monitoring for some time. If he does not have any problem (which is the case in > 99% of patients), the sheath inserted in his hand or leg is removed. After giving heavy pressure, a very tight bandage / dressing is fastened at that place.
  2. The patient is instructed to take plenty of liquid water so that the dye is washed out through urine. The patient is allowed to take normal diet and do other activities. All routine medicines are given as per the schedule.
  3. If the Angiography is done through the lower limb/leg, the patient has to lie straight for 6 hours.He has to use bedpan and movement is also restricted. There is a small possibility of bleeding from the site of angiography. No such limitations are observed when angiography is done through hand.That is why transradial angiography (on hand) has been gaining more and more popularity across the globe.
  4. The patient is discharged after 2-6 hours, along with a CD record of angiography and an understanding about further treatment. A person evening or the next morning.