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Coronary Disease, Heart Attack, and Interventional Procedures

After Your Cardiac Catheterization
Instructions for going home after cardiac catheterization
After Your Interventional Procedure (Angioplasty & Stent)
Instructions for going home after your Interventional Procedure (Angioplasty & Stent)
Exercise & Activity After a Heart Attack
General guidelines from our cardiac rehabilitation staff to get started on a regular activity program.
Medications
Medications to treat your heart to improve survival after a heart attack.

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