Under local anaesthesia, your doctor can place a cardiac stent. They will first make a tiny cut in your neck, arm, or groyne. After that, a catheter with a stent and balloon on the tip will be inserted. To direct the catheter through your blood vessels to the constricting or blocked coronary artery, they will use special dyes and monitors. They will blow up the balloon once they get to the constricted or blocked area. By stretching your artery and expanding the stent, you can increase blood flow. The balloon will then be inflated, the catheter will be removed, and the Cardiovascular Stents will be left in place. Plaque and blood clots won't come loose during this procedure and float around freely in your bloodstream thanks to a filter.