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In some people, heart disease is so serious that medication, even combined with angioplasty, may not be enough.
After undergoing an emergency angioplasty, the star retired from touring and vanished into private life in New York City.
The emergency room scramble led to Wesch melting three nitroglycerin pills under his tongue before being transported to Scripps La Jolla for angioplasty.
Stents are implanted during angioplasty procedures called percutaneous coronary interventions, or PCIs.
In October, Temer had surgery to reduce an enlarged prostate that had caused a urinary obstruction and in November the 77-year-old president underwent an angioplasty procedure to implant stents in three coronary arteries.
As a result, people covered by their companies seldom shop for bargains, or are even aware of what their employer is paying for checkups or angioplasties.
Indiana University Health charges almost six times the Medicare rate for angioplasty with a stent.
Medicaid patients were also more than twice as likely to have a major, subsequent heart attack after angioplasty as were patients who didn’t have any health insurance at all.
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