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What is a Stent ?

A stent is a tube like scaffold made up of a metal wire net, quite similar to spring used over the refill of a ball-pen. After widening the artery with a balloon, placing a stent inside the artery not only supports the artery but also reduces the possibility of...

Angioplasty Procedure

All preparations are done just similar to angioplasty. After putting a puncture the wrist (radial / ulnar artery) or at the upper part of the thigh (femoral artery), a sheath is inserted under local anesthesia. During the procedure a patient keeps on breathing...

What is PTCA ?

Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA) is a procedure of opening/ removing a block in the coronary artery with the help of a balloon introduced from either radial or femoral artery, without making a patient unconscious or doing any surgery.

Anticoagulant Medicines – GPI

Introduction : Platelets play an important role in coagulation of blood. Glycoprotein Receptor Inhibitor (GPI) medicines make the platelets inactive and maintain adequate thinness of blood. Effects : Other antiplatelet medicines are to be given orally. They take half...

Anticoagulant Medicines – Heparin

Introduction : Formation of blood clot to arrest bleeding is a natural and essential process given to mankind. Like platelets, there are many other clotting factors in the blood which help in blood coagulation. Effects : Heparin is available in injection form. It...