Treatment for Coronary
Heart Disease

Treatment for coronary heart disease is normally one or more of the following:

  • Lifestyle changes
  • Medications
  • Medical procedures (for example stents)
  • Surgery (for example by-pass surgery)

After a whole lot of research, the ol' Boomer found that if you check out the following three links, you will have a very good "feel" for the treatments for heart disease.

The Cleveland Clinic has a series of videos that do a very good job of explaining these treatments for coronary heart disease. They are worth your time to spend watching them.

WebMD has a good article about the subject than you can read here.

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