Coronary stent

What is Coronary stent?

A coronary stent is a tube placed in the coronary arteries that supply the heart, to keep the arteries open in the treatment of coronary heart disease.

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Will my cough after stent placement ever abate?

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My husband is 59 and has had 2 heart attacks, 7 stents total. Has a 60% blockage in left venticle. He is not a heavy drinker but Dr. really does...

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Unfortunately he has significant risk factors for future cardiac events, including heart attacks that can be fatal. I would advise him to follow...

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I was seen by a nuerologist who saw what he said was munor bleeding in the right side of my brain, he said it would resolve itself but did not...

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Minor Bleeding in the brain can be recognised by MRI of the brain. Did he notice the bleed in that?

Do you have any...

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