AHA: Late angioplasty for heart attack study calls for less PCI
This article was originally published in Clinica
In an unexpected finding, using angioplasty and stenting to clear a totally blocked artery 3-28 days after a heart attack provides no benefit to patients with mild or no symptoms, writes Neena Brizmohun.
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