His presenting hematocrit of 21% led to an additional transfusion of 1 unit of packed red blood cells; he was immediately sent to interventional radiology for an angiogram and embolization to obtain hemostasis and, by embolizing most of the tumour's blood supply, to reduce the risk of intraoperative hemorrhage.
What does ANG stand for?
ANG stands for Angiogram
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We have 54 other meanings of ANG in our Acronym Attic
- Academia Non Grata (Estonian art school; est. 1998)
- Adaptive Non-Linear Guidance
- Adsorbed Natural Gas
- Air National Guard
- Air Niugini, Papua New Guinea (ICAO code)
- Alameda News Group (California)
- Alberta Natural Gas
- American Angler
- American Needlepoint Guild, Inc.
- American Newspaper Guild
- Anglian (linguistics)
- Associated Natural Gas (Company; Missouri)
- Netherlands Antillian Guilder (ISO currency code)
- Army National Guard - Base
- Army National Guard - Station
- Alabama Natural Gas Association (est. 1966; Hartselle, AL)
- Anti-Narcotics General Administration (est. 1929; Egypt)
- Associazione Nazionale Giovani Agricoltori (Italian: National Association of Young Farmers; Italy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Patients admitted to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, no longer have to wait days for an angiogram after suffering a heart attack.
If the 3-month follow-up necessitated recoiling, the angiogram would be repeated 1 month after the procedure.
During an angiogram to check the extent of the damage caused to her heart, her artery was torn and she suffered blood loss.
Waiting times for angiograms had also been slashed from well over a year to a maximum of four weeks.
Ronald Galloway was rushed to hospital with severe chest pains and should have been given an angiogram to check the blood supply to his heart.
Dorothy Nicol, 64, had an angiogram for a hole in her heart at the end of February.