Call your doctor after an angiogram, angioplasty, or electrophysiology study if you have:
- Bleeding from the site. If bleeding occurs, lie down and apply firm pressure about two fingers above the site. Call 911 and keep pressure on the site.
- Numbness, tingling, or color change in the leg or arm used for the puncture site
- Increasing pain and firmness near the puncture site
- A temperature greater than 101 degrees Fahrenheit
- Redness around the site
- Drainage from the site