Several studies suggest that EECP can be quite effective in treating chronic stable angina. Other studies have shown that the improvement in symptoms following a course of EECP seems to persist for up to five years (though 1 in 5 patients may require another course of EECP to maintain their improvement).
Control of BP, Sugar, dyslipidemia along with regular exercise, vegetarian diet and a peaceful life style should be adequate along with some essential drugs. By nature, the areas of diminished blood supply tend to develop collateral vessels to compensate for the obstruction. Some natural revascularization may also occur. However the patient's personality and the environment should be conducive to such a conservative approach for it to be a success.
Diploma in Family Medicine, Fellowship in Diabetology, Diploma in Diabetology, FCCP, MBBS
Dear lybrate-user, your mother ECG is normal. If you are not willing for angiogram and angioplasty, you can go for non -invasive treatment like ECCP ,by high pressure vibrations ,different sittings, block in the heart will be removed. Many centres are in Pune and Mumbai, kindly find out and proceed with that-- which will have very good results.