Fellow’s Research Shows Heart Vessel-Clearing Procedure Can Benefit Some at Age 90 and Older

Updated July 20, 2017 This content is archived.

Research by Abhishek Sawant, a fellow in the Department of Medicine, has showed the benefits of performing percutaneous coronary intervention to clear blocked blood vessels in the hearts in people age 90 and older. “We did show that patients who had lower risk and underwent this procedure actually did very well,” he said.