Dr Hira Shahid, Maria Younis, Dr. Hafiz Adil Ikram
Concerns about ionizing radiation in interventional cardiology have recently expanded due to the rapidly changing volumes of the interventional system and the high radiation levels associated with some methods. The hazards of non-carcinogenic radiation to cardiologists and therapeutic staff with respect to waterfalls and radiation-induced skin injuries in patients clearly demonstrate the potential outcomes of interventional cardiology strategies, while the potential danger of creating cardiovascular radiation impacts remains less clear. Our current research was conducted at Jinnah Hospital in Lahore from May 2019 to April 2020. This article presents a diagram of the evidence-based investigations of concerns about the non-carcinogenic hazards of introducing radiation in interventional cardiology. Research generally used to decrease radiation to therapeutic staff and cases throughout interventional cardiology strategies is reviewed and improved methods of interventional cardiology are presented. Key words: Non-Cancerous Radiation Induced Risks, Optimization Staff, Cardiology Dose Reduction.