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Angina

Also called: Angina Pectoris

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Have you ever seen that comercial of a person with an elephant sitting on their chest?I think it is a C.O.P.D. comercial.It also says something about...
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Go see your doctor and they will set you up with a plan. My dad just ended xanax after years of taking it. The doctor gave him nine days of...
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I'm sorry you're experiencing this. You need to get it checked out right away.If the antacids aren't reducing the pain, then it may not...
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Well, not exactly.Angina specifically refers to chest pain that occurs when the heart's oxygen supply is reduced. This typically happens due to...
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Variant angina is a type of angina (chest pain) that occurs at rest most often due to coronary spasm.
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Angina (also called angina pectoris) is discomfort or pressure, usually in the chest, caused by a temporarily inadequate blood supply to the heart...
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Angina pectoris is chest pain or pressure that occurs when the oxygen supply to the heart muscle cannot keep up with oxygen consumption by the heart...
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Treatment options include:RestMedications (nitroglycerin, beta blockers, calcium channel blockers)Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty...
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The electrocardiogram (EKG) is a recording of the electrical activity of the heart muscle and can detect heart muscle in need of oxygen. The EKG is...
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In caring for patients with chest pain, the doctor distinguishes whether the pain is related to a lack of oxygen to the heart muscle (as in angina...
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The most common cause of angina is coronary artery disease. A less common cause of angina is spasm of the coronary arteries. Coronary artery...
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Angina is usually a warning sign of the presence of significant coronary artery disease. Patients with angina are at risk of developing a heart...
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Angina (angina pectoris - Latin for squeezing of the chest) is chest discomfort that occurs when there is a decreased blood oxygen supply to an area...
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Angina is a subjective sensation, so there unfortunately are no diagnostic tests that can verify this subjective condition. Also, the pain of angina...
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