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Why is Bypass Surgery Required ?

Coronary artery bypass surgery is done for patients with a history of effort angina or a heart attack and whose coronary angiography shows complex situations like long, diffuse and multiple blocks; calcified blocks; blocks in severely tortuous arteries; blocks at...

Risks during and after Angioplasty

All those complications which can happen during angiography can also occur during angioplasty. Sudden accumulation of blood clot in the stent if blood thinner medicines are not given in proper dose, accumulation of blood around the heart due to a hole in the artery...

After Angioplasty

Patient can take liquids and solid food immediately. He can read, meet relatives, converse, listen to music, watch TV or rest as per his desire.If the procedure is done through wrist, patient can get up from the bed and go to the washroom after 2 hours and if done...

Medicines used during Angioplasty

Antiplatelets : Medicines like Aspirin, Clopidogrel (or Prasugrel or Ticagrelor) need to be started before angioplasty. Aspirin is to be continued for the entire lifespan while Clopidogrel needs to be continued compulsorily for at least 3 to 12 months unless...