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Coronary angioplasty is an interventional, or non-surgical, procedure used to open narrow or blocked heart arteries. Angioplasty relieves symptoms of coronary artery disease by improving blood flow to your heart. If it's determined your condition might benefit from a coronary angioplasty, your doctor will talk to you and explain how angioplasty can help.
At St. Joseph's Heart & Vascular Institute, we offer the latest minimally invasive tools to help our patients recover faster with less pain and better results.
After a coronary angioplasty, you usually remain in the hospital for several hours or overnight. In the hospital: