Warning over heart patients denied most appropriate treatment

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Heart Disease Treatment

Thousands of patients with heart disease may be denied the best chance of survival because of uncertainty over the most suitable treatment option, warns a cardiac surgeon in this week's BMJ.

Coronary artery disease occurs when artery walls become thickened by fatty deposits, leading to an inadequate blood supply to the heart. A procedure called 'revascularisation' improves blood flow and reduces the risk of death. There are two ways this can be done


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