February 2019


Life Line

Coronary Artery Disease is largely caused by a build-up of fatty deposits in the arteries, supplying the heart. At present, state-of-the-art treatment facilities are available for effective management of  blockage caused by this deadly disease. But these methods in spite, of being aggressive and costly do not address the process of atherosclerosis and do not prevent the cause of disease. A common inquiry from the cardiologist treating the patients of coronary artery disease is regarding the reversal of the obstruction of coronary arteries. Patients wish to know if the disease could be reversed by any therapy or if there is any treatment, which could effectively prevent the deposition of fatty deposits in the susceptible population.