0 / 6 complete
0 / 3 complete
angina and p. 326
aortic stenosis p. 298
atherosclerosis p. 308
cilostazol/dipyridamole for p. 445
cocaine causing p. 594
contraindicated drugs p. 326, 329
drug therapy for p. 325, 326, 363
glycoprotein IIb/IIa inhibitors for p. 445
ischemic disease and p. 310
presentation p. 716
unstable/NSTEMI treatment p. 316
β -blockers for p. 247
stable angina with p. 310
angina p. 326
angina p. 325
angina treatment p. 326
angina p. 310
angina and p. 310
Stable angina is a type of chest pain related to myocardial ischemia. It usually occurs when the heart muscle is not getting enough blood and oxygen due to atherosclerosis or other causes of narrowing of the coronary arteries. The chest pain is typically brought on by physical activity or emotional stress and does not occur at rest. It is completely relieved by rest or the administration of sublingual nitroglycerine.
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