Stenting of cardiac vessels is an effective minimally invasive operation aimed at restoring the lumen of the narrowed arteries and normalizing the process of cardiac blood supply. This procedure becomes a necessary method of treatment, since drugs can only relieve symptoms of angina pectoris and temporarily alleviate the patient's condition. After stenting, special preparations are assigned to the patient, aimed at preventing the formation of new blood clots.
The procedure for installing a stent occurs when a puncture of the artery (femur or brachial) with a special needle. Through it, a catheter is inserted into the artery, which moves the stand to the zone of narrowing of the artery. As soon as the doctor reaches the home narrowing, the stand straightens out and presses into the artery walls unnecessary compaction, expands them and strengthens them from the inside. When you finish installing the stand for the next day, you can get up and move.
On the following day, the patient is allowed to get up and move. Exercise should be limited.
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