Cardiac catheterization treatments and their effectiveness
This is a real world study of common treatments of Cardiac catheterization, and their effectiveness. The study is created by eHealthMe based on 13 reports from user community.
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On Sep, 2, 2014: 13 reports are studied for Cardiac catheterization
Common symptoms and complications by gender:
The following drugs are reported to be used in the treatment of Cardiac Catheterization. Click to see how effective they are overall and in long term (1+ year), and for what kind of people:
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From this study (5 months ago):
had stent put in about 2 months ago, have been on several medicines, they have been changed several times since, wore nicotine patch for about a month but removed it
From this study (1 year ago):
not able to control blood pressure
From this study (5 years ago):
Just had cardiac stents x two in LCA and RCA... knew the RCA was blocked but the left was a complete surprise.
Am on a new drug regimen and wondering about taking all these new drugs.
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