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Heart attack during routine activity. Angiography recommended. Treatment options?

sir when i wan on my routine works i was feeling little pain and my friends admitted me in near by govt hospital there i was treated for heart attack and then i was recomended for angiography as i have to spend from my pocket for tjhe treatment for which i am not able by financing is it necessary to go for an angiography and then to follow the treatment for the same
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Dear customer,

The heart attack is caused by diminished blood supply to the heart and once you are managed with acute management then you should have the coronary angiography done as suggested by the doctor.
The angiography will help you in finding the exact location of the blockage and if necessary then angioplasty or bypass graft will be advised to you.Though in some cases if the blockage is not severe then it can be managed by medical treatment alone without any active intervention.

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Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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