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South Cotabato Gov Tamayo in stable condition after suffering chest pain

South Cotabato Governor Reynaldo “Jun” Tamayo, Jr. is set to undergo a minimally invasive procedure on Monday, February 5, after suffering chest pain last week.

Provincial Information Officer Rudy Jimenea announced on Sunday that the governor was rushed to St. Elizabeth Hospital in General Santos City on February 2, due to chest pain.

He said that Tamayo was promptly given medication to dissolve the clot found in a blood vessel in his heart.

“Currently, he is in a stable condition. He no longer has chest pain and his heart rythm is regular,” Jimenea said in a press release.

Jimenea also said that Tamayo is scheduled to undergo Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) in Davao City to further address his condition.

According to the website medscape.com, percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) also known as coronary angioplasty, is a nonsurgical technique for treating obstructive coronary.

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