How is Small Vessel Disease treated? Do you have any information about treatment for Small Vessel Disease?
Most patients with small vessel disease are treated with long-term medications, such as medications that widen blood vessels or anti-clotting drugs, as well as medications that control blood pressure, cholesterol, or underlying medical conditions such as diabetes that increase the risk of small vessel disease. Treatment for small vessel disease also focuses on lifestyle changes targeted at reducing the risk factors for progression of blockages in the coronary arteries, such as stopping smoking, controlling blood pressure, and maintaining a healthy diet.
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