Unstable angina

What is Unstable angina?

Chest pain which occurs due to ischemia of myocardial cells at resting state and on minimal exertion is called Unstable angina.

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hi m mom is 58. she is a patient of rheumatoid arthritus for last 30 years. recently being diagnosed with unstable angina she started taking...

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I really appreciate your concern, if the angina is due to coronary artery heart disease then it may need stent or coronary...

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My husband cardioligist said that he has Advanced Coranary Heart Disease with unstable angina. He has had 3 stents in last 8 months. He is diabetic...

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I have gone through your query.Thanks for using HCM.
If your husband has weak heart i.e. Low EF then he needs to restrict his activity.If...

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i am a 64 years male(50 kg and 5.5 feet height), having Diabetes since past 32 years, 15 days back i have suffered with shortness of breath on...

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There could be two possible causes.
The first one is that you have shorteness of breath as a consequence of a viral infection,in this case it...

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