Coronary stent procedure
The patient had developed chest pain ("angina") during exercise and had an abnormal treadmill test.
He then underwent coronary angiography and was found to have a 95% blockage in the native coronary vessel (in this case, the circumflex - obtuse marginal branch).
A stent was successfully placed
into the artery via the bypass graft. This resulted in relief of the patient's angina symptoms, and thus avoided the need for another