When advising patients about the DVLA regulations governing the entitlement to drive a private car or motorcycle,
which one of the following statements is correct?a. After an ACS successfully treated by PCI, patients can drive after week providing that their ejection fraction is >15%
Patients with angina should stop driving if symptoms occur at rest, with emotion, or at the wheel. Following an ACS, patients who have undergone successful PCI may drive after 1 week provided that no other urgent revascularization is planned and that their LVEF is >40% pre-discharge. Patients with an ACS who have not successfully been treated by PCI can drive after 4 weeks. Patients can drive 1 week after an elective PCI and 4 weeks after a CABG.