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I've got cardiospasm. Now what?
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Dr. Bennett Werner
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Cardiospasm?
This is not a medical term so i'm not sure what you have, but if you mean "coronary artery spasm, " the treatment is calcium channel blockers and nitrates.

In brief: Cardiospasm?
This is not a medical term so i'm not sure what you have, but if you mean "coronary artery spasm, " the treatment is calcium channel blockers and nitrates.
Dr. Bennett Werner
Dr. Bennett Werner
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Dr. David Earle
Surgery
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Options
Botox injection may give temporary relief, but makes subsequent surgery much more difficult.
Endoscopic balloon dilation is effective, but requires at least two treatments, and if there is a perforation, surgery will be required emergently. Surgical myotomy is usually performed laparoscopically, but is now being performed at several centers in the U.S. Endoscopically, referred to as poem.

In brief: Options
Botox injection may give temporary relief, but makes subsequent surgery much more difficult.
Endoscopic balloon dilation is effective, but requires at least two treatments, and if there is a perforation, surgery will be required emergently. Surgical myotomy is usually performed laparoscopically, but is now being performed at several centers in the U.S. Endoscopically, referred to as poem.
Dr. David Earle
Dr. David Earle
Thank
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