Bill Clinton’s Angioplasty and Stent Procedure A Doctors View
It just goes to show that even the President can have issues with his heart and that his heart just like yours or mine is not immune to the ravages of everyday living. Whilst you or I will not be expected to make world changing decisions and will not be asking people to move to DEFCON 1 at any stage in the near future. We are all under considerable degrees of peristant stress at times in our lives and let healthy eating habits drift to unhealthy eating habits and let exercise become a thing to get around to at some stage instead of a thing that is well established in our live. Modern living can have a devastating effect on the average person and in many cases end up in illness and disease which can be life threatening and or debilitating. Mr Clinton was not immune and I’m afraid neither are we. Look after your body you only get one and it’s sometimes too late to fix it when it’s really broken. Be aware of stress, eat well (don’t over indulge too often) and take exercise at least three times per week and you will be in with a good chance of not becoming a Bill Clinton.
See the full Clintons very interesting story of Bill Clinton’s Angioplsty and Stent Procedure a Doctors View below at http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=113255
Whether the name on the chart is Bill Clinton or John Q. Public, the approach to chest pain in the ER is roughly the same, give or take the presence of a few secret service agents. There are many causes of chest pain, but in a patient like Former President Clinton, who has had previous bypass surgery,heart attack is always a major concern.