My Dad had a triple heart bypass 12 years ago.. Then in October 2018 he got extremely breathless, tired and suffered extreme chest pain which lead to him using his spray more in the past 3 months than the last 12 years. After lots of mess up with appointments my Dad finally had his angiogram yesterday and it showed the 3 arteries that were bypassed 12 years ago have issues. One is totally blocked, one is partially blocked and the other has collapsed. My dad was sent home and told that they would be making an appointment to stent the collapsed artery and that they do not plan to do anything with the blocked and partially blocked artery unless he has any angina after the stent in the collapsed one. How can this be the right thing to do it sounds crazy to me and I want a second opinion, please help?
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