Mexico, March 31 (Notimex) .- Cardiovascular disease with & # 39 are responsible for more deaths in the world and in Mexico, about 100 thousand people every year, myocardial infarction and other patients who survive these events require a device for repair die damage arteries.
Cardiovascular disease occurs when the arteries narrow, usually plate or body fat, and the heart is not able to continue to pump blood. The most common symptom of a & # 39 is chest pain, but not always.
Appropriate assistance and placement of the catheter or stent & # 39 are cardiovascular devices inserted permanently in the artery to open it, and it can continue to bleed.
Cardiovascular devices, such as catheters and stents to help save the lives of patients with myocardial infarction, as these funds are placed in arteries to keep a continuous flow of the heart can continue to work and reduces the need for specific procedures,
However, not all patients with & # 39 are candidates to be placed on the stent, particularly type 2 diabetes, because the artery & # 39 are narrower, and it is sometimes you can not get the device, even if the millimeter size.
For these people the option can be a balloon catheter, which helps to expand the arteries of even the most complex lesions, which makes it an effective treatment.
Mexico has a high rate of people with diabetes, and most patients die from complications of cardiovascular disease.
Carlos Macaya, President of the Spanish Foundation of the heart, said at a press conference that if the device is implanted in the patient begins to be covered with a thin layer of cells, as well as reverse the artery wall and begin to form part of it.
There is also an active device is a stent comprising medicinal agents and immunosuppressants has a similar performance to other existing on the market.
The Spanish company iVascular, entered the Mexican market with a portfolio of stents and balloon catheters, to offer more options for doctors and patients to reduce deaths from cardiovascular disease.
These devices are used as part of the procedure of angioplasty and its use can not be recommended by health professionals for people who experience chest pain (angina), if there is no significant improvement with medication.
Jorge Cortes Lorenz, president of the Society of Interventional Cardiology of Mexico (Socime) said that Mexico with & # 39 is the country with the highest rate of cardiovascular deaths among the member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), as well as a significant number of annual angioplasty done.