British Heart Foundation – Your guide to Angioplasty and Stents

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Do you have an angioplasty coming up? Are you going to be fitted with a stent? Watch this video to find out what to expect.

British Heart Foundation - Your guide to Angioplasty and Stents

https://www.bhf.org.uk/heart-health/treatment/coronary-angioplasty-and-stent.aspx

Do you have an angioplasty coming up? Are you going to be fitted with a stent? Watch this video to find out what to expect.

5 thoughts on “British Heart Foundation – Your guide to Angioplasty and Stents

  1. You guys are the real heroes in the world today. You saved the best mother
    in law in the world tonight…..Thank you x

  2. Top video, explains it really well. My dad (84!) is having this done in the
    next few weeks, his right coronary artery is 90% blocked and we have high
    hopes that it will make a huge difference to his quality of life.

  3. These Videos do not tell the entire story, this procedure is NOT Painless
    and it does not always come out Good!! May want to rethink this procedure,
    there are alternatives, that Dr’s & Drug Companies Do not want You to know
    about.

  4. I had mine 3 days ago- 3 stents. It was painful and I had chest pains
    during the procedure but thoroughly worth it. I had a heart attack and
    didn’t know it the week before – total bloke thing, thought it was heart
    burn. The last time I went to the doctors he was smoking a pipe and there
    were posters of kids with rickets on the wall.
    I was fit, walked 6+ miles a day, ate my 5 a day and exercised but mine was
    hereditary. Would just like to say it is so important to go for check ups.
    I never went and it nearly cost me my like.
    My GP and all the staff at Swindon hospital were marvellous – really looked
    after me

  5. my gran is having this done at the end of the month and I am terrifyed I am
    worried more than she is can’t stop thinking about it since its still four
    weeks away

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