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Hello, my father is 55 years old and he has been having some heart difficulties. Actually he has been diagnosed with angina pectoris, but the problem is, it is an unstable form, which might end up with a heart attack, sooner or later. So, he now waits for catheterization – what do I need to know about that procedure?

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It is an invasive procedure that is used to deal with all those obstructive material in the blood vessels. In this particular case, we are talking about coronary arteries whose main role is heart feeding. And when we say obstructive material, we think of fat cells (arteriosclerosis). This procedure will help your father, don’t worry about that.
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