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... The first two resulted in stents, the third was because I felt awful after the 2nd stent, and so they checked me the next week and it looked fine. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, I can understand about your anxiety following the stenting procedure. ... (19 replies)
... Taniuchi M, Kurz HI, Lasala JM. Randomized comparisonof ticlopidine and clopidogrel after intracoronary stentimplantation in a broad patient population. ... (47 replies)

... A catheter procedure every time we feel anything untoward to our stented hearts just isn't in the realm of common sense and using a recurrence of angina as a marker for a problem seems positively STONE AGE MEDICINE to me. ... (3 replies)
... e search on "revascularization techniques" or "revascularization medication." One article hits on stents specifically, but it gives the high rates of restenosis after stenting, which sounds too high for me to want to go that route. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Vyking, I am comtemplating bypass surgery for exertional angina, which I experience daily. Tell me what is your lifestyle like after versus before, and what age were you when you had the surgery? ... (5 replies)
... Rob, very sorry to hear about this mess of a stenting procedure. To be short I would go for damages for sure. This is pure negligence. A simple procedure turned in to a nightmare for you. ... (12 replies)
... I know how I have felt before each of these stents were inserted. I also did not have the energy to walk across a room. Angina was extreme in each case. ... (15 replies)
... My guess would be that he had blockage at the time he was having the stable angina it just wasn't bad enough to treat. Unstable angina would be pain when he is at rest and that could mean that a heart attack is eminent. I had the unstable type. ... (8 replies)
Jun 3, 2005
... After suffering some angina pains, subsequent angiogram revealed severe blockages in 4 of my major heart arteries... ... (13 replies)
... First off, I had a Cardiac MRI one week after the stents. ... (9 replies)
Bill Clinton
Sep 5, 2004
... tion, is that they might have jumped the gun here. Noboby seems interested in any more conservative measures for him. I'd like to know exactly why they ruled out stenting of some of the blockages and medicationg those that can't be stented for whatever reason. ... (20 replies)
... I wish to post a response to the kind folks who helped me out a week or two ago. First of all, yes, what I really needed to do to get some real answers was have a detailed conversation with my Dad's cardiologist. As my Dad's condition worsened, I was a the hospital a lot and this allowed me to be there when the cardiologist was in and I did get all my questions answered.... (10 replies)
... run for a considerable distance, then stenting again may not be a viable option with respect to the amount of plaque formation along the arterial walls. ... (10 replies)
... Stable. Intensity, character, and frequency of episodes can be predicted, and angina occurs in response to a known amount of exercise or other stress. ... (1 replies)

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