How the Vulnerable Plaque Breaks Of
Under mechanical forces such as a sudden increase in blood pressure, pulse rate, or erratic heartbeat (A-fibor arrhythmia), the plaque may rupture or break off to flow freely in the circulating system until it is stopped by the next part of the narrowing blood vessel.
What Will the Doctor Do About It?
The nearly occluded vessels need stenting or surgery to restore the blood flow through the arteries. The following medical reports from leading journals report the pros and cons of stenting and angioplasty surgeries as follows: Angioplasty – 40% restenosis within 6 months, not reducing mortality and heart attacks; Stenting – 19% restenosis in 6 months, not improving survival; Bypass surgeries – Improving survival, but has a long list of possible complications; cholesterol medications – Slow, possibly minimal results, could include severe side effects associated with liver and kidney damage, the increased risk is associated with cancer and diabetes.
What weMED Will Do About It?
• Work with your cardiologist
• If you are on statins, we can talk about the alternatives.
• We recommend nutritional changes and adding natural supplements
• Stem Cells might help you improve your artery condition: It is possible that the trophic effects of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) could decrease the progression of peripheral artery disease (PAD). Multiple studies have already demonstrated the clinical improvements in an ankle-brachial index, transcutaneous partial pressure of oxygen, pain, and frequency of amputation achieved through administration of MSCs to patients
• We utilize 5 Pillars of Health:
-Eastern + Western Medicine+ Cellular Therapy to reverse the plaque.