My dad is 63 old with previous history of MILD stroke and he is diabetic. My dad angiographic studies revealed triple vessel disease and plan to CABG. PLEASE ADVISE IF WE SHOULD GO FOR BYPASS. RISK ASSOCIATED WITH BYPASS, CHARGES OF BYPASS AND SUCCESS RATE. How early we have to get him operated??
My dad had mild pain in left hand and underwent Angiogram three days back as we got "mildly positive inducible ischemia" in TMT. catheter was sent through left hand. Angio result is "optimal medical treatment". Doctor suggested few medicines, post Angio he is getting pain in both the arms (right hand he had IV) and near neck. Is this something alarming? Initial thought was this could be a neuro problem since my dad is diabetic Doc suggested for ECG, which had pos result followed by TMT and Angio
Anxiety and stress are all mind level things. Does this actually results in physical reaction? Like chest pain, choking throat, sudden palpitations etc. If so, how does it affect us physically?
Sir,I do blood test after one hour of taking meal,my blood sugar is 111 & triglyceride is 360. Cholestoral is in normal range.my age is 44 yr.
So I want your guideline regarding triglyceride.
66 yrs old male with h/o stroke 4 yrs back,known hypertensive,no DM, lab report suggests hyponatremia,,bp not getting controlled,.currently on med- amtas at(25 mg atenolol) in morning, telma 40 in afternoon, and telma 40 at night,. Suggest to control bp