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Choice between conservative and invasive approach at stable coronary heart disease

Berstein L. L., Katamadze N. O., Andreeva A. E., Laznam S. S., Grishkin Yu. N.

Keywords: conservative treatment , stable CHD, surgical therapy

DOI: 10.18087/rhj.2013.2.1755

Modern approach to treatment of stable CHD consists in administration of optimal drug therapy, which in some patients, can be supplemented by revasculization in the form of operation of coronary bypass surgery or transcutaneous coronary intervention. Guidelines on reasonability of coronary revasculization, made by cardiological and cardiosurgical associations, specify that coronary revasculization is reasonable, when its benefits concerning indices of quality of life (symptoms, functional condition, etc.) prognosis exceed possible adverse consequences of the procedure. Meanwhile, if a patient has no severe anginal pains, it is rather difficult to decide who needs revasculization and who will not benefit from it. This review discusses principles of selection of treatment approach at stable CHD, based on materials of available guidelines and clinical studies.
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Berstein L. L., Katamadze N. O., Andreeva A. E. et al. Choice between conservative and invasive approach at stable coronary heart disease. Russian Heart Journal. 2013;12(2):93-101

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