ISSN 2490-3329 (Print)
ISSN 2303-7954 (Online)

Volume 49, Issue 2, Article 10

(Scr Med 2018:49:137-140)
CASE REPORT

Advantages of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in Relation to Medication Therapy in Patients with Stable Angina Pectoris (Three-Wessel Coronary Disease)

Nemanja Milićević1, Siniša Stojković2, Vladimir Miloradović3, Siniša Maksimović4

1 PHI „Sv Vračevi“ Bijeljina, Internal Department, Department of Interventional Cardiology
2 Cardiology Clinic, Clinic Center of Serbia
3 Cardiology Clinic, Clinic Center Kragujevac
4 PHI „Sv Vračevi“ Bijeljina

 

DOI 10.7251/SCMED1802137M
UDC 616.12-009.72-07
COBISS.RS-ID 7839256

 

ABSTRACT

Patient, a man, age of 66 years, was admitted to the Internal Department, Interventional Cardiology Department for chest pains by type of stable angina pectoris. CCS II. In ambulatory conditions he was made non-invasive diagnostics, and after a positive ergometric test, a decision was made that the patient be admitted to the catheterization hall for invasive diagnosis and possible percutaneous coronary intervention.

Key words: angina pectoris, coronary disease, percutaneous coronary intervention, interventional cardiology, case report

 

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Corresponding author:
Nemanja Milićević,
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Manuscript received: September 11th, 2018
Manuscript accepted: November 26th, 2018