establishes blood flow again to previously restricted regions of the heart
The need for an invasive method of increasing blood supply to a certain organ. In cardiology, it refers to the heart muscle and is performed by an intervention on the coronary arteries by means of a PTCA procedure, or by surgery.
A procedure undertaken to restore blood flow to areas of the heart muscle not reached due to weakened or blocked arteries.
The procedure by which a blocked vessel can be either dilated ( angioplasty) or bypassed.
A procedure that must be conducted to open or bypass an artery that has become blocked. If it needs to be done again, it is called a reintervention.
Provision of renewed circulation to an organ or tissue.
improvement of circulation of the blood