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If 2 arteries are 100% blocked and 3rd one is with a stent and open, then is it an issue? can the patient perform all the normal activities? in his daily routine? please suggest.

Asked by Anupama A on 4th January, 2020 at 8:34 pm

My father is suffering from sever triple blockage in arteries, admitted to hospital but as he is a obese person they refuse to do cabg he weighed 92 kg now,they have put one stent but 2 arteries are left with 100 % blockage, is there any problem in future ,can he do regular activities ,he is an advocate . please beg you answer this .Is there any issues found that 2 blocked arteries ???

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Dr. Babita Goel

23 years of experience

General Physician

Last edited on 17th Jun 2021 at 11:37 pm

As per my understanding, the patient seems to have triple vessel disease and the doctor has put one stent, but two other arteries having 100% blockage are left untreated. The ideal treatment for triple vessel disease is CABG, but there may be some more underlying factors due to which the cardiologist may have advise against CABG. You can always take a second opinion from other cardiologists, who on evaluating the patient and the reports will guide and clear all your doubts. Consult some of the Best Cardiologists in Mumbai, or any other city. Hope our answer helps you.

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