Pakistan became the 18th country make heart stents

Pakistan became the 18th country in the world to make heart stents
Web Desk 15 October 2020

Pakistan became the 18th country make heart stents

 

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has become the 18th country in the world to manufacture heart stents. The stents themselves will be manufactured for heart diseases.

According to  News, Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit NIST University tomorrow. He will inaugurate a heart stent manufacturing unit.

Pakistan is the second country after Turkey in the preparation of heart stents in Muslim countries. In South Asian countries, stents will be prepared in Pakistan after India.

PM Imran Khan will also address the stunt preparation process and students tomorrow. Imran Khan will also visit the laboratory at the university tomorrow.

What is a stent in heart surgery and how does it work?

The heart is considered to be the most important part of the human body. Blood circulation throughout the body depends on this heart. The vessels through which blood passes are called arteries. If blood flow to these arteries is not possible, doctors insert an artificial tube through the operation, which is called a stent. Now you can see for yourself how important a stunt is.

Blood flow in the body is at the same stent until the arteries are restored. If the stent is defective or unregistered, the patient’s chances of surviving longer are also reduced. There are many types of stents. Some stents are attached to the arteries throughout life. Some stents are used until the arteries are able to normalize blood flow.

It can take weeks, months or even years. Stents are made of metal. In modern research, stents have come to the market with sensitive threads instead of metal.

Blood flow in the body is at the same stent until the arteries are restored. If the stent is defective or unregistered, the patient’s chances of surviving longer are also reduced. There are many types of stents. Some stents are attached to the arteries throughout life. Some stents are used until the arteries are able to normalize blood flow.

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