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My father got an acute heart attack ..his age is 68 years...now his condition is stable ,he is also a diabetic patient....we have consulted a cardiologist ....since his searum creatinine level was bit high around 1.7 so cardiologist didnot perform angiography .Now he taking medicines.Our cardiologist suggested vaccination for heart ....named pulmovac and vomimp . I want to know about the vaccine ,is it good or any other side effects
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Dear creatinine is elevated so consideration of angiography depends on many factors like severity of angina,  ejection fraction of LV, Renal status,hydration etc. Pt will need vaccination only if pt has pronness for lung infection..due to heart failure or low immunity or underlying lung disease..
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These vaccines are not for heart They are for pneumonia and Influenza Yes your father should be vaccinated in view of his Co morbidities and age What is his creatinine now How is his echo What is his USG KUB report Consult with me at my clinic with reports so that I can examine him clinically and guide you further Dr Ashish Srivastava General Physician and Clinical Cardiologist
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Everything depends on pt condition and heart u may consult some else for this vaccine are recommend if there is heart failure.
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