Hello sir, My father had two times heart attack recently, his age is 61. Whenever we reported our nearest cardiology hospital, Doctor carried out angiography and given final diagnosis are. CAD DOUBLE VESSEL DISEASES AOE II DIABETES melitus HYPERTENSION ANEMIA DIABETIC neuropathy NORMAL LV FUNCTION ACHD SMALL RESTRICTIVE PM VSD HYPOTHYROIDISM And given advice to PCI TO RCA, LCx His blood pressure and thyroid issue has been 20 years old and he taken medicine regularly. Recently we know about his diabetic and serum creatinine After done CAG (angiography) her blockage in RCA is 85% and LCx 65%. Doctor has given a lot of medicine including wepox 4000 units injection. Please help me out what we taken next step to overcome this problem as soon as possible.

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Dear, I have gone thru your father's medical reports. Angiography shows blockages in two of his arteries, which require treatment. Otherwise there is a risk of heart attack in future. I would advise you to send your father's angiography cd to me, so I can guide you the correct treatment option.
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