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2 Vessel Coronary Artery Disease
Coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death and disability in adults in the U.S. It develops when lipid (fatty) plaques builds up in the arteries. Eventually, the plaque can occlude the artery, thereby stopping blood flow to the organ supplied by that artery. If the artery supplies the heart, blockage causes a heart attack. If the blockage is in a brain vessel, the ...Read more
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Triple vessel coronary artery disease needs clinical corelation and further evaluation with conventional angiography?
Triple vessel diseas: That statement means you need to see a cardiologist for further evaluation and perhaps additional testing or treatment. ...Read more
Yes, possible, but..: ... it is very individualized. Many factors are considered, including age, symptoms, stress results, recent heart attack, presence of diabetes, heart muscle function, coronary anatomy. It's highly complex, even if it doesn't seem that way. Your physicians prioritize dozens of data points to conclude that bypass may be necessary. Unless it is an emergency, a 2nd opinion may help allay your anxiety ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please tell me might be possible to treat triple vessel coronary artery disease without having a surgical cabg?
Best option in most : Coronary artery bypass is considered the definitive treatment for triple vessel coronary disease. It may be possible to treat with stents, although outcomes have not typically been as good as surgery. The last choice is medical therapy which is not as good as either of the above options. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Wht does ths mean
Triple vessel coronary artery disease needs clinical corelation & furthr evaluation with conventional angiography?no heart atack yet
All areas affected: The three vessels are the right side, the left anterior descending which is in front, and the left circumflex which is in the back and left side. Three vessel disease so is just all three major areas of blood distribution are affected. Clinical correlation refers to injecting dye into the arteries directly taking pictures and actually seeing how much blockage there is in the arteries ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Coronary artery disease.Single vessel disease 60% luminal (phenobarbital) narrowing. What should I do?
With single vessel luminal (phenobarbital) narrowing coronary artery disease what percent requires angio?
How do doctors test for coronary artery disease? I'm a man in my mid-twenties. Every couple of months, i experience a sharp, shooting pain in the area of my chest that covers my heart. The shooting pain only last for a minute or two, and then is alleviate
Talk to your MD: There are many tests that can be done. The best starting place is to talk with your doctor and be examined. The md will judge whether or not additional tests (i.e.. Stress test) are needed depending on your story, family history, risk factors, and exam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What happens to a patient with a coronary artery disease if he is given 1 liter of intravenous fluids in just 2 hours?
Certainly: Evaluation by a primary care & cardiologist, reduce weight - BMI < 28, eat right: low fat, low (bad) cholesterol, consider high quality fish oil, cessation of smoking, exercise (if you are healthy enough per your physician), reduce alcohol consumption, take prescribed medications as directed. Know your numbers: cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar and work with your physician to optimize them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Arteries are a type of blood vessels. We can divide blood vessels into 2 categories. Arteries are high pressure vessels which deliver (red) oxygen + blood out into the body. Veins on the other hand or low pressure vessels which return (dark) oxygent - blood from the body ...Read more
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