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Diagnosis of Angina

In order to evaluate and diagnose angina, the doctor will firstly ask a number of question to decide what triggers your symptoms and what the symptoms are. After this, the doctor will examine you and order 1 or more tests to confirm the underlying angina cause and the extent to which your coronary artery disease […]

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Signs and Symptoms of Angina

General symptoms of angina include: Discomfort or chest pain Arm, jaw, back, shoulder, and neck pain together with chest pain Fatigue Breathing shortness Dizziness Nausea Sweating Anxiety Some describe angina chest pain as if a vise was squeezing the chest, making them feel like heavy weights were placed on the chest. Depending on the regularity […]

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Acute Coronary Syndrome

Acute coronary syndrome is the term used to refer to all conditions brought upon by sudden reduction in flow of blood to heart. It can be used to describe chest pain felt in heart attacks and chest pain felt when engaging in light physical activity or even resting (unstable angina). Often, this condition is only […]

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