Doctors have been widely prescribing drug-coated heart stents for uses not approved by the FDA, according to two studies recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Stents are wire-mesh tubes that are widely used to prop open heart valves to prevent them from collapsing due to cardiovascular disease. They are often used in conjunction with medical procedures such as angioplasty.
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