PCI outcomes in patients with diabetes are improving

01/9/2013 | DailyRx.com · DailyRx.com

Diabetes patients today may have a reduced risk of heart attack and stroke following percutaneous coronary intervention than in past decades, according to a study in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. Researchers also noted fewer negative hospital-related outcomes in patients. A second study notes that patients with diabetes may face greater risk of complications than patients without diabetes; however, utilization of drug-eluting stents seemed to mitigate some of that risk.

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