Decision Aid on choosing drug eluting vs. bare metal stent (draft 1)
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Draft decision aid on choice of drug eluting stent vs. bare metal stent.

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Decision Aid on choosing drug eluting vs. bare metal stent (draft 1) Decision Aid on choosing drug eluting vs. bare metal stent (draft 1) Document Transcript

  • DECIDE-PCI Option 1 A coronary stent is a device that props open a narrowed artery in your heart. There are 2 types of stents: bare metal and drug-coated. You may prefer one stent over the other based on the information below and a discussion with your doctor or nurse. BARE METAL STENT DRUG COATED STENT Repeat Heart Procedure If the stent that you receive today becomes blocked, you will need another heart procedure to reopen your artery. 91 will not need a repeat procedure due to stent blockage 9 will need a repeat procedure due to stent blockage 95 will not need a repeat procedure due to stent blockage 5 will need a repeat procedure due to stent blockage Required Medicine You will need to take a blood thinner medicine.  At least 1 month  At least 12 months Stopping the medicine early increases the risk of a heart attack and death.   Cost of medicine varies, depending on insurance coverage.  Total cost for that 1 month: $4 - $200  Total cost for those 12 months: $48 - $2400 Bruising and Bleeding Most patients bruise and bleed more easily while taking the extra blood thinner.  At least 1 month  At least 12 months Other Medical Procedures and Surgery Major medical procedures, major dental work, and surgery must wait.  At least 1 month  At least 12 months 0 20 40 60 80 100 Bare Metal People 0 20 40 60 80 100 Drug Coated People