what are absolute indications for a coronary stent in a ischaemic heart patient?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I had two stents fixed in July '06 after a severe MI - chest pain and near passing out.

    At other times unstable angina and other related conditions are indications along with dyspnoea and inability to exert oneself even to the slightest degree. Hope it helps.

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  • Acute ischemic episode with progressive narrowing of coronary vessel in a poor emergency surgery risk patient is the absolute indication for stent

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