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Benefits:

  • The narrowing in the artery may be reduced, resulting in improved blood flow.

  • Major complications are uncommon.

  • You may be able to return to normal activities shortly after the procedure.

  • The procedure is usually performed using local anesthesia, which involves fewer risks than general anesthesia.

Risks:

  • The insertion site may bleed or become infected.

  • The artery may become blocked again (restenosis).

  • The artery may tear (artery dissection).

  • The artery may develop a hole (artery perforation).

Benefits:

  • Superior safety and effectiveness as compared to conventional plain old balloon angioplasty.

  • The narrowing in the artery may be reduced, resulting in improved blood flow.

  • Major complications are uncommon.

  • You may be able to return to normal activities shortly after the procedure.

  • The procedure is normally done under local anesthesia, which involves fewer risks than general anesthesia.

Risks:

  • The insertion site may bleed or become infected.

  • The balloon could tear the artery wall (Artery Dissection).

  • The balloon could puncture the artery (Artery Perforation).

  • The artery may become blocked again (Restenosis).

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