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Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Questions

We found 5 questions associated with the 'Percutaneous Coronary Intervention' topic.

How can I change the time of day I take Plavix?

Posted 4 days ago by susiev76 1 answer

My husband was hospitalized after a heart attack and they started him on Plavix and they would give it in the mornings. Now that he’s been released he prefers to take it at night as it will be easier to remember and be consistent. Our strategy was to take it 15 minutes later every day to ...

Does clopidogrel affect erections?

Posted 19 Dec 2017 by DB effect 1 answer

How does Plavix allow an endothelial layer to cover the stent while preventing other cell types to?

Posted 16 Oct 2017 by WHY and how 0 answers

How does Plavix allow an endothelial layer to cover the stent while preventing other cell types from covering the stent and causing an embolism?

What are the indications for Beta blockers post percutaneous coronary intervention?

Posted 22 Aug 2013 by sigaco 1 answer

I had 2 stents placed on circumflex coronary artery. Taking Plavix, PCP told me I should also be on B blocker?

Beta blocker either increase or decrease efficacy & safety of prasugrel in ACS patients with PCI?

Posted 9 May 2012 by monikamodi2012 1 answer

safety point is chances of bleeding. & efficacy point is platelet aggregation inhibition in patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome after Percutaneous Coronary Intervention.

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