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I am sorry about the delay with answering your question
I imagine that they discovered that your dad's heart was operating at 15% via echocardiogram or cardiac cathetrisation.
Yes, It is absolutely worth getting a second opinion
For one, the reading may be high or low
And this can have significant implications on the types of medication and therapies
that can make a tremendous difference in terms of his quality of life- whether he is able to do certain activities or how much medication he can take
I am going to be out much of the day, so if you have any follow up questions, I will get back to them as soon as I get back.
If you are finished for now, I hope that I was able to provide you with excellent service and I would appreciate positive feedback :-)
Reason i am asking is that they have said he will never get any better and there is nothing they can do, is there no surgery they can perform on him?
So how do Iget a 2nd opinion and where from?