Research in India and international studies have shown that no significant benefit has been achieved with coronary stunt transplant or bypass surgery or with strategies using drugs or lifestyle changes. Under this research, 320 sites around the world and a total of 19 government and private hospitals have been studied. In this, it was found that there is not much difference between the patients who were taking drugs from the heart or those who resorted to bypass surgery or coronary stunts. Researchers presented their research at a meeting held at the American Heart Association Scientific Meeting on Saturday. Cardiologists warned that its results apply only to patients with chronic angina, who complain of chest pain and stiffness or tension after hard work or stress.
Researchers presented their research at a meeting held at the American Heart Association Scientific Meeting on Saturday.
He also said that these results of research are not for those patients who have not been suffering from angina or heart attack for a long time. Stunt or bypass surgery can prove relieving for these patients. Balram Bhargava, Senior Cardiologist, Director General of Medical Research, who led the study, told the Telegraph that this research can prove to be very effective for India and other countries. Bhargava also said that India had a very important role in this study, in which about one-third of the patients were inspected under investigation. Under this study called Ischemia, researchers conducted an in-depth study on 5179 people for about three and a half years. All these patients had more and mild blockage in the arteries of the heart. Of those who resorted to stent or bypass surgery, 145 people died, while only 144 patients who underwent treatment for heart attacks were killed.