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Physician societies, government agencies, and others issue detailed recommendations for everything from who should receive cardiac stents to which antibiotics patients should get to avoid infections after knee surgery.
The warning was triggered by compelling research evidence of serious complications from the stents for patients, even death.
In the study, the greatest increase in survival rates was among patients who were seen by an interventional cardiologist but didn't receive a stent.
The codes, the paddles, the resuscitation ... after Prior stabilized he had been moved to the cardiac catheterization lab, where four stents were placed to prevent future clotting.
The tax was strongly opposed by the $150 billion a year industry that produces everything from catheters to heart stents to artificial joints.
The biggest reasons for Cardinal’s disappointing performance in the last quarter were problems in its Cordis unit, which sells heart stents and catheters, and generates most of its revenue from international markets, executives said.
Doctors saved Smith’s life with an emergency procedure that inserted a stent into his artery, which helped relieve the blockage.
Overall, the study also showed, stent patients fared just as well during meeting dates and non-meeting dates.
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medical : a metal or plastic tube that is put in a blood vessel to keep it open
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