Cardiopatia isquemica. Sindrome coronario agudo sin elevacion del segmento ST
Autor: Dr. Jose Luis Villegas Peñaloza | Publicado:  26/11/2009 | Cardiologia | |
Cardiopatia isquemica. Sindrome coronario agudo sin elevacion del segmento ST .8

TABLA 6.

 

Indicaciones cirugía de bypass en los pacientes con angina inestable según las recomendaciones de la Sociedad Española de Cardiología

 

Clase I

 

Angina inestable refractaria a tratamiento médico adecuado.

Angina inestable recurrente tras una inicial estabilización.

Angina inestable controlada con tratamiento médico y riesgo alto o intermedio de eventos adversos graves en la evaluación inicial o en la estratificación posterior.

 

Clase IIb

 

Angina inestable controlada con tratamiento médico y criterios de bajo riesgo inicial y sin criterios de alto riesgo en la estratificación posterior.

 

Clase III

 

Angina inestable, con datos de "alto riesgo", en pacientes con anatomía coronaria en los que no se considera técnicamente posible la revascularización coronaria.

Angina inestable en pacientes no candidatos a revascularización por expectancia de vida limitada.

 

 

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