SPOTLIGHT: New study: Coated stents more effective


A stent study has found that drug-coated versions are more effective at preventing heart attack and death than bare-metal ones are; another trial reported in the same issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, however, showed a possible higher risk of artery reblockage with coated stents. Report

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