Unstable angina

Last updated: 24 Nov 2021  |  8000 Views  | 

Unstable angina

Unstable angina

Chest tightness from blood and oxygen supply to the heart decreases. It is a symptom of coronary heart disease and coronary artery hardening from the presence of cholesterol and fat deposits in the arteries. Acute chest pain can cause spasms of the heart muscle. where acute angina is uncertain can happen to the situation

Caused by blood clots in an artery If you do not hurry to dissolve blood clots that are clogged can cause a headache


including mild to severe chest pain Tight, dull, fractured down to the arm by the left arm. If symptoms occur Occurs while resting or doing little activity considered severe Not being able to tell for sure when symptoms will occur

From taking history, physical examination, blood test, EKG, X-ray of the lungs, when in the emergency room, the doctor must evaluate symptoms including heartbeat, breathing. blood oxygen If a blockage is suspected, send for a CTA and consult a cardiologist for endoscopy to remove the blockage.

Stabilize the symptoms, pain relievers, aspirin to prevent blood clotting. oxygen aids breathing nitroglycerin dilates blood vessels and other medications to help control blood pressure While being treated at the hospital, aspirin, clopidogrel, heparin should be used to prevent blood clots from forming. Medications to lower blood pressure and fat, or to be sent for coronary artery bypass (CABG) is a coronary artery bypass graft (CABG), which is a new blood vessel to be connected across the blocked area.

Things to do
You should see your doctor regularly and take medications as prescribed by your doctor.

Should lose weight, eat nutritious food.

You should exercise according to the advice of your doctor.

should quit smoking

Be careful of stress

don't do
Do not ignore the symptoms shown, see a doctor immediately.

Do not stop taking the medication on your own.


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