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How could you unblock coronary arteries?
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Dr. Rodney Del Valle
Anesthesiology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: How severe?
Lifestyle changes dealing with all your risk factors.
Weight, smoking, LDL less than 100 md/dl or even less than 70 using statins meds, aerobic exercise, BP less than 130/80, dm control, avoid excessive alcohol etc. If symptomatic with CP and/or consider critical narrowing, revascularization with percutaneous approach vs open heart surgery for bypass following cardiology recommendation.

In brief: How severe?
Lifestyle changes dealing with all your risk factors.
Weight, smoking, LDL less than 100 md/dl or even less than 70 using statins meds, aerobic exercise, BP less than 130/80, dm control, avoid excessive alcohol etc. If symptomatic with CP and/or consider critical narrowing, revascularization with percutaneous approach vs open heart surgery for bypass following cardiology recommendation.
Dr. Rodney Del Valle
Dr. Rodney Del Valle
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Dr. Charles Jost
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Depends
In the most serious cases of blocked arteries, intervention(s): stents, angioplasty, rotoblador or surgery is necessary for revascularization or blocked coronary arteries.

In brief: Depends
In the most serious cases of blocked arteries, intervention(s): stents, angioplasty, rotoblador or surgery is necessary for revascularization or blocked coronary arteries.
Dr. Charles Jost
Dr. Charles Jost
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