Angioplasty Patient Often Misled

The most frequent heart surgery performed in the USA is elective angioplasty (also known as PCI). In 2004 about a million PCI procedures were performed on patients with stable coronary artery disease. Simply put they had narrowed arteries in their hearts but were not in the midst of a heart attack.

Many of these patients do not even have angina but were simply shown to have one or...

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