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Coronary Stents - Bellevue Medical Center

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Published on Apr 6, 2012

Coronary stents have saved and improved the lives of millions of people. Bellevue Medical Center cardiologist Dr. Haysam Akkad explains how a stent is place inside a blocked artery and what a patient is likely to feel after the procedure is finished. Doctors place the stent by threading a wire through an artery in the leg until the stent is at the point where the artery blocked or narrowed. A tiny balloon inside the stent then inflates. The stent, a tiny wire mesh tube the holds the artery open, allowing increased blood flow.
For more information, visit http://www.BellevueMed.com.

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