I am 64 yr guy with 30 yr old diabetic history, In 1995 I suffered MI attack n recovered by hospitalization n medication, recently by feb 2008 I again suffered severe chest pain n on Angiography it was diagnosed that my LAD is 100% blocked n my RCA wre 80% blocked they didnt say anything abt my LAD 100% blockage (remark wre its an old blockage so its a dead artery they cant do any thing to 'em) henceforth I underwent Angioplasty a a stent wre inserted in my RCA.
Nw my qwery is:
1) Didnt they hv any option to knw my LAD blockage as a recent or old n a treatment for the same, (they can go for stress thalium or stress echo-bt they didnt went for d same)
2) What kind of side effects Dye can do which is being used while Angioplasty,do they hve any ill effects on lungs, as a breathlessness problem is been arose after angioplastty.
3) In my medicine on takin Eptus, I itching problems happens to me.
Can anyone validate my medicine for now:
2. Deplatt 75mg
4. Cardace 1.125mg
5. Carca 3.125mg
6. Monit10 mg
7. A2Z Vitamins
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