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My father underwent angiography and ballooning in the year 2015. He has been taking Deplatt 75 along with other medicines since then. Today the resident doctor seeing him has advised to stop Deplatt 75. Is this OK or should I consult the senior doctor. He has no chest pain these days and he is regular on walk and exercise. His lipid profile and kidney function tests are normal. Only PP sugar is on higher side.
Hello doctor yesterday night unfortunately my mobile got fell down in road after stop I come in bus only I get to know so in sudden shock I was running half km with full fast to reach previous stop so finally I reach also I got the mobile also now what happened means usually I won't run fast and all due to my obese now I am getting stiffness in my hand and leg more when I am walking and I am shortness of breath too how can I overcome doctor is this lead me to any major?
Hi, What is equivalent tablet for mini press xl 2.5 mg dosage is at evening 8 pm one for every DAY MORNING TELMA 80 mg tablet taking for hypertension and angioplasty 5 mg morning and evening.
Hi, My tmt and 2d echo test were negative. I am 31 years old can I be sure I have no heart disease at the moment. I have no high cholesterol or diabetes.
My heart beat is more than 100 and blood pressure remains 140/105 doctor give me losartan. what should I do to take my blood pressure down?
I am 39 my BP is 154/85 for the last 5 months. I am continuing the telmisartan and Amlodipine. So how can I get back normal? Please suggest me.
The results of a study conducted by the Department of Medicine, University of Ulsan, Korea, show that multivessel coronary stenting can be performed with a high success rate along with an acceptable clinical outcome. Coronary stenting has proven itself to be an accepted means for treating of obstructed coronary arteries. The need for multivessel coronary stenting has been inflated because of the larger number of patients with unfavourable cardiac profiles. Conventionally, bypass surgery is regarded as a standard means for relieving angina in cardiac patients with multivessel coronary disease as it could lead to a downright revascularization. Further, it also allows a prolongation of lifespan in a specified subgroup of patients.
How are they performed: Despite the coming of modern generation of stents, patients with multiple stringent arteries in the heart receiving coronary after bypass have recovered better than those whose arteries were grafted with balloon angioplasty or stenting. This report is presented in the 64th Annual Scientific Session in the American College of Cardiology. This report echoes past studies which shows that patients afflicted with multiple narrowed arteries receive better results with coronary artery bypass grafting, which is also known as CABG or bypass heart surgery. In case of multivessel stenting, which is known as angioplasty or percutaneous coronary intervention or PCI, a stent is put within the arteries to hold it wide open and facilitate the flow of blood.
Which one is better: In a new study, it is reported that patients with new stents are susceptible to 47% higher risk of any of the outcomes like death or cardiac arrest as compared to patients who undergo bypass surgery. In CABG, a vein or artery from other parts of the body is grafted on the constricted coronary artery for allowing easy blood flow to and from heart. This study reinforces present regulations that recommend CABG to treat patients with substantial constrictions in various arteries, a condition often termed as multivessel coronary artery ailment.
Renowned cardiologist Seung Jung Park from Asan Medical Centre in Seoul, South Korea opines that CABG is still a much preferred option on the basis of their medical data. Another study known as Bypass Surgery Versus Everolimus - Eluting Stent Implantation for Multivessel Coronary Artery Disease or BEST trial deserves mention. It is one of the two randomly controlled trials for comparing bypass to angioplasty since the introduction of modernised stents that emits medication, which would prevent blood clot.
This study was implemented on 880 patients at 27 healthcare centres in four countries. Each patient had multivessel coronary artery disease and were determined to be equally eligible to go through either of the methods. Half of these patients were randomly chosen to be given angioplasty with everolimus-eluting stents, and the other half received bypass surgery.
All the patients were tracked for about five years and during this prolonged follow up, angioplasty was related to a considerable upsurge in the incidence of myocardial infarction, target vessel revascularization and often death. Because, it is a more invasive process, bypass surgery is normally recommended only for patients afflicted with higher-risk constrictions in more than one artery.
If you are one of these patients and this concern plagues you, it is recommended to talk to your cardiologist without much delay.