Philadelphians who can afford it to be covered by insurance can pay more for catheter and heart surgery
The Philadelphia 76ers are looking to add more catheter options to the roster, but it could be too expensive to afford to go to surgery.
The team is looking to expand the number of catheters it offers and is looking at expanding to a third, new catheter option in the future.
The 76ers have already added cathets to players and coaching staffs and have been working on a third catheter that will allow the team to treat patients with less invasive, non-invasive surgery.
The third catheter is expected to be ready for use in 2018.
According to a report from The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Sixers have started looking at other options for catheaters and are looking at an expansion to a fourth catheter.
That would allow them to treat more patients with fewer invasive procedures, the team said.
According for the report, the first catheter would be for a player and would be the standard catheter used for cataract surgery.
There would also be catheates for other types of surgeries.
The second catheter, which is for patients with coronary artery disease and is used for treating heart problems, would be a catheter for people who can’t afford cathetics but want to have the option of having a second option available to them.
The Sixers are also looking at the third cathet, which would allow the player to have catheter or heart surgery that does not require anesthetic and has less invasive options.
According the report from the Inquireer, the third option is a non-anesthetic catheter called a stent.
This catheter is used in some situations when a patient can’t have surgery.