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Why is my thigh burning after a balloon angioplasty with stenting?

Why is my thigh burning after a balloon angioplasty with stenting?

Pain after: Arterial access. May form a bruise. If focal swelling at your groin get checked by the doctor who did the procedure. Should go away in a few days otherwise. ...Read more

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Dr. Andres Katz
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Balloon Angioplasty (Definition)

Angioplasty is the mechanism to unclog the partially occluded vessel from completely closing to result heart attack , usually this is done in combination with stents at the same time to prevent collapse of the vessel , like ...Read more


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Why is my thigh burning after a balloon angioplasty?

May be from: Puncture site. Small nerve may be irritated. Could be a forming bruise. If hard and pulsatile. ...Read more

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Patient got up immediately after a balloon angioplasty, started to get dressed (patient was confused), what complications could we be looking at?

Patient got up immediately after a balloon angioplasty, started to get dressed (patient was confused), what complications could we be looking at?

Probably none: The only problem would be bleeding from the puncture site or a pseudoaneurysm . If the surgeon used a closure device at the puncture site then probably no problem. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about balloon angioplasty and was it painful at all?

Can you tell me about balloon angioplasty and was it painful at all?

Open blockages: It's a percutaneous transcatheter procedure to open blocked arteries with a balloon, usually followed by insertion of a stent at its conclusion. Patients are sedated but not fully asleep. A local anesthetic is used. There is minor discomfort at the onset as the skin is punctured and often a minute of angina when the balloon is inflated. Overall, it's not painful. ...Read more

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Will I get any medicine for pain when I go for the balloon angioplasty?

You should: Angioplasty can be uncomfortable during some parts of the procedure, particularly during balloon inflation. Almost everyone does just fine with a few medications that will increase comfort but general anesthesia is not required. ...Read more

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What is the difference between balloon angioplasty and regular angioplasty?

Several types: Of angioplasty. Can stretch vessel with balloon or different sizes of catheters ( dotter technique). Or can make vessel bigger in surgery with patch angioplasty, where extra material sewn into vessel, like letting out you pants. ...Read more

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Why do doctors advise a patient to try balloon angioplasty in preference to having sugery?

Less invasive & safe: Reason foe this advice is the initial treatment of choice for occluding coronary heart disease is balloon angioplasty with or with out stent, surgery is reserved if this fails. ...Read more

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What are the pros and cons of balloon angioplasty and bypass surgery?

Depends on cause: Balloon angioplasty works best for localized narrowing in an artery. It is performed by inserting a catheter (long tube) in an artery, usually at the groin. The balloon stretches out the narrowed area to open it. Recovery time is just a day or two, much shorter than a bypass. Bypasses are used for total blockage of an artery, where a balloon can't get in or when balloon angioplasty has failed. ...Read more

Dr. Janice Alexander
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Stenting (Definition)

In general, a stent is a metal tube used to keep a vessel open. Stents can be placed in a huge number of places, including blood vessels, bile ducts, even in the colon ...Read more


Dr. Lonnie Smith
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Angioplasty (Definition)

Angioplasty is vascular modification -- a vascular repair procedure ...Read more