Your doctor will examine your condition to determine which treatment will work best for you.
These combination of treatments might include:
Lifestyle changes to improve your heart's health condition
Manage your blood pressure, blood cholesterol and diabetes with regular exercise and weight control
Practice a healthy diet
Quit smoking habits
Medications to dissolve blood clots, maintain heart rate, and manage other heart disease complications
Your doctor might suggest surgery in extreme cases of coronary artery disease to aid in normal blood flow function:
Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery: Open heart surgery where coronary blood supply is restores by making a pathway for the blood to go around the obstructed part of the coronary artery.
Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (commonly known as coronary angioplasty): A small balloon is inserted into the obstructed artery to aid in widening the blocked artery, and allow the blood to flow normally again. A stent (a tiny expandable metal coil) might also be used to help maintain the opening of the artery.