Coronary angioplasty in patients with unstable angina pectoris: is there a role for thrombolysis?

Abstract

Management of unstable angina has evolved progressively, and coronary angioplasty has recently been shown to be an effective treatment strategy for unstable angina. However, the procedure-related major complication rate is higher when compared with that for angioplasty in stable angina. The underlying pathophysiology may explain this higher complication… (More)

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