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Does iron intake affect coronary artery disease?
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Dr. Shahin Tavackoli
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Shouldn't
I have never heard of iron supplementation affecting the course of coronary artery disease.
Too much iron can effect the myocardium, however, even in that case, it usually is not the oral supplementation but a different process that leads to the damage (cardiomyopathy).

In brief: Shouldn't
I have never heard of iron supplementation affecting the course of coronary artery disease.
Too much iron can effect the myocardium, however, even in that case, it usually is not the oral supplementation but a different process that leads to the damage (cardiomyopathy).
Dr. Shahin Tavackoli
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In brief: No
Probably not ever but not in the usual therapy ranges after CABG with some expected anemia we will, prescribe iron supplements and vitamins.

In brief: No
Probably not ever but not in the usual therapy ranges after CABG with some expected anemia we will, prescribe iron supplements and vitamins.
Dr. Creighton Wright
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