Dr. Banerjee, left, and Dr. Das perform the "TUG" procedure.
Dr. Das maps out his plan for clearing the blocked artery.
Interventionalists pay close to attention to each detail.
Nurses help prepare for the procedure.
Monitors help doctors evaluate the patient's condition throughout the procedure.
A control room provides additional data for doctors to analyze.
Dr. Das is fitted with a microphone for the live demonstration.
Doctors watch the sonogram image of blood flow to the site of the blockage.
Nurses and technicians work from the control room.
HD cameras broadcast the procedure live to an audience of cardiac experts in Florida.
The new technique could make life-saving interventional procedures available to more people.