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Angioplasty is a surgical procedure in which the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart muscle are opened. In medical language, these blood vessels are called coronary arteries. Doctors often resort to angioplasty after problems like heart attack or stroke.

Angioplasty with stenting is a medical procedure used to treat narrowed or blocked blood vessels, most commonly arteries, in a condition known as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis occurs when fatty deposits called plaque build up on the inner walls of arteries, causing them to narrow and restrict blood flow. This can lead to various cardiovascular problems, including chest pain (angina), heart attack, and stroke. Angioplasty with stenting is performed to open up these narrowed arteries and restore proper blood flow.


Here's an overview of the procedure:

Angioplasty: Angioplasty is the process of using a special balloon-tipped catheter to widen the narrowed artery. During the procedure, a thin, flexible tube (catheter) with a deflated balloon at its tip is inserted into the blocked artery through a small incision, usually in the groin or wrist. The catheter is carefully guided to the site of the blockage using X-ray imaging.

Balloon Inflation: Once the catheter is in place, the balloon is inflated at the site of the blockage. The inflation of the balloon compresses the plaque against the artery walls, widening the artery and improving blood flow.

Stent Placement: In many cases, a stent is placed during angioplasty. A stent is a small, mesh-like tube made of metal or fabric. It's placed over the deflated balloon and expanded when the balloon is inflated. The stent acts as a scaffold to keep the artery open after the balloon is deflated and removed. Some stents are coated with medication (drug-eluting stents) to help prevent re-narrowing of the artery.

Balloon Deflation and Removal: After the stent is in place, the balloon is deflated and removed. The stent remains in the artery to hold it open.

Recovery: After the procedure, the patient is typically monitored for a short period of time to ensure there are no complications. Most patients can go home the same day or after a short hospital stay. Recovery time can vary depending on the individual and the specifics of the procedure.


Angioplasty with stenting is a minimally invasive procedure that can provide significant relief from symptoms caused by blocked arteries. It's commonly used to treat coronary artery disease (narrowed arteries in the heart), as well as peripheral artery disease (narrowed arteries in the legs or other areas of the body). The procedure is often performed by an interventional cardiologist or vascular specialist.

It's important to note that while angioplasty with stenting is effective in opening up blocked arteries, lifestyle changes and medication are often recommended as part of ongoing management to prevent further plaque buildup and maintain cardiovascular health. If you or someone you know is considering or undergoing this procedure, it's essential to discuss the risks, benefits, and expected outcomes with a healthcare provider.

People usually give the name of gas to chest pain or heaviness and do not take it seriously. Most heart attacks are preceded by some symptoms. Sometimes there is only restlessness, there is no pain in the chest.


Then comes the heart attack

Fatty clots cause a blockage in one or more of the arteries that supply blood to the heart. Blood flow is blocked due to the clot. Due to lack of blood, the movement of the heart muscles stops. Most of the deaths in heart attacks are due to the rupture of a blood clot. A heart attack whose symptoms are vague or undetectable is called a silent heart attack.

Heart attack: be alert then

- Discomfort and spasms in the chest. Chest pain is also possible during this time.

There may also be a feeling of strong pressure or tightness in the center of the chest for some time.

This state of pain and discomfort can be felt from the chest to the shoulders, arms, teeth or jaws of the sufferer.

- Sweating and breathlessness.

Dizziness and feeling tired without any reason.

- On the appearance of any of the above mentioned symptoms, call the hospital for an ambulance as soon as possible and contact an experienced heart specialist in a good hospital.


Bypass surgery not in every case

Surgery was once used to prevent heart attack or to save the life of the patient in case of heart attack, but due to the development of balloon angioplasty and different types of stents, it is now possible to remove blockages in the heart arteries. Bypass surgery is not required in every case.

Open heart surgery option

Both the above mentioned latest techniques are being considered as an effective alternative to open heart surgery. At present, the use of stent implant in the arteries along with angioplasty is increasing rapidly. This technique is called coronary stenting. This technique is also called angioplasty. The difference is that with the help of angioplasty technique, a spring-loaded device called a stent is delivered to the blocked artery and then it is automatically

It is opened like an umbrella.

Stenting angioplasty is generally used to remove blockages in one or two arteries. If there is a blockage in all three arteries, bypass surgery is usually done. Bypass requires incision and if the blockage reoccurs after bypass, it is either repaired with stenting angioplasty or may have to be bypassed again, which is very risky. Some patients also have diabetes and other diseases apart from high blood pressure and heart disease. In this condition, complications may arise in his bypass surgery. It has been observed that some people.

Do not want to undergo bypass due to excessive fear and when young people are also suggested to undergo bypass when there is block in all three arteries, it is very difficult for them to take this decision.

Is. Bypass is advised to such patients, but I have observed that patients are not prepared due to the fear of surgery. That's why we have to resort to stenting angioplasty to save the lives of patients.


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