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  1. Gold as a Remedy in Disease; Notably in Some Forms of Organic Heart Disease, Angina Pectoris, Melancholy, Tedium Vitae, Scrofula, Syphilis by James Compton Burnett, 2010-10-14
  2. Clinicians' Guide to Angina (Clinicians' Guides)
  3. Medically Refractory Rest Angina by Morrison, 1992-02-24
  4. Nitro-Glycerine as a Remedy for Angina Pectoris by William Murrell, 2010-10-14
  5. The 2002 Official Patient's Sourcebook on Angina
  6. Angina pectoris (Medcom medical update series) by Oglesby Paul, 1974
  7. Angina - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References
  8. Beta-Blockers in Hypertension and Angina Pectoris: Different Compounds, Different Strategies (Volume 0) by T.J. Cleophas, 1995-06-30
  9. The History of Angina Pectoris. by Humphry Rolleston, 1937
  10. Therapy of Angina Pectoris: A Comprehensive Guide for the Clinician (Basic and Clinical Cardiology Series) by Donald A. Weiner, 1986-09
  11. Angina Pectoris by James Mackenzie, 1989
  12. Living With Angina by Dr. Tom Smith, 1997-05
  13. The Management of Angina Pectoris by David L.H. Patterson, 1987-01
  14. Learning to live with angina: A MIPI publication (Patient information books) by Cynthia B Wong, 1986

21. Angina Symptoms, Symptoms In Women Who Have Angina, Signs And Symptoms Of Angina
Pain and discomfort are the main symptoms of angina. angina often is described as pressure, squeezing, burning, or tightness in the chest.
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Pain and discomfort are the main symptoms of angina. Angina often is described as pressure, squeezing, burning, or tightness in the chest. The pain or discomfort usually starts in the chest behind the breastbone. Pain from angina also can occur in the arms, shoulders, neck, jaw, throat, or back. The pain may feel like indigestion. Some people say that angina pain is hard to describe or that they can't tell exactly where the pain is coming from. Signs and symptoms such as nausea (feeling sick to your stomach), fatigue (tiredness), shortness of breath, sweating, light-headedness, or weakness also may occur. Women are more likely to feel discomfort in the neck, jaw, throat, abdomen, or back. Shortness of breath is more common in older people and those who have diabetes. In elderly people, signs and symptoms of angina may be masked by weakness, dizziness, and confusion. Symptoms also vary based on the type of angina you have.

22. Angina - Heart Canada - Part Of The LifeMD.com Family
At HeartCanada.com you can learn about medical conditions that could affect you or a family member. The material on the site is designed to give you a general background of the
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What Is Angina? † Angina pectoris, the full name, is chest pain that occurs when not enough oxygen is supplied to the muscle of the heart.† It is often described as discomfort rather than pain, that is felt behind the sternum and may radiate to the neck, jaw, shoulder, or arms.† It may be accompanied by shortness of breath and/or anxiety.† Angina occurs when the heartís demand for oxygen increases; thus pain is often elicited by physical exertion or emotional stress. † Typically, anginal pain reaches a peak within minutes or seconds, lasts up to 15 minutes, and is relieved by rest.† Stable angina is that which follows a consistent, predictable pattern over a long period of time, without worsening in severity or frequency.† Unstable angina represents disease progression and is manifested as increasing severity and/or frequency of pain, and attacks of pain occurring at low levels of exertion or at rest.† What Causes Angina?

23. Angina Medication | Drugs.com
Compare angina medications. Comprehensive angina drug options for consumers and professionals including user ratings, reviews and drug dosage information.
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      Definition of Angina: Angina pectoris is the medical term for chest pain or discomfort due to coronary heart disease. Angina is a symptom of a condition called myocardial ischemia. It occurs when the heart muscle (myocardium) doesn't get as much blood (hence as much oxygen) as it needs. This usually happens because one or more of the heart's arteries (blood vessels that supply blood to the heart muscle) is narrowed or blocked. Insufficient blood supply is called ischemia. Typical angina is uncomfortable pressure, fullness, squeezing or pain in the center of the chest. The discomfort also may be felt in the neck, jaw, shoulder, back or arm. Many types of chest discomfort aren't related to angina. Acid reflux (heartburn) and lung infection or inflammation are examples.
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24. Angina - Information, Symptoms And Treatments
Bupa health factsheet angina describes the pain and chest tightness, and sometimes breathlessness or choking feeling, caused when blood flow in the arteries that supply the
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    Published by Bupa's health information team, April 2009. This factsheet is for people who have angina, or who would like information about it. Angina describes the pain and chest tightness - and sometimes breathlessness or choking feeling - caused when blood flow in the arteries that supply the heart is restricted.
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    Angina is a symptom of coronary heart disease, and affects about 1.2 million people in the UK. An episode of angina typically starts with chest pain or tightness when you are doing some sort of physical exercise. It may feel like a heavy weight or a tightening across your upper chest. Angina pain is especially likely to occur when walking after a meal. Anger or stress also tends to make it worse. The pain may also be felt in your neck, throat or arms - making you feel that you are choking or that both arms are dead weights. The pain doesn't usually last for more than a few minutes and goes fairly quickly after resting. Indigestion and angina are often confused. As well as the pain, you may feel breathless, sweaty and have a sense of fear.

25. Angina And Heart Disease -- Familydoctor.org
Explanation as to what angina is, how to tell if heart disease is present, the treatments and side affects, and the prognosis.
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What is angina?
Angina (say: "ann-ji-na") is a squeezing pain or a pressing feeling in the chest. It is most often caused by blockages in the arteries that supply blood to your heart. This is called coronary artery disease, or heart disease. The symptoms you describe to your doctor will help your doctor decide if you need to be tested for heart disease. Your doctor will also check for any conditions that can increase your chance of heart disease. These conditions include:
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If you have heart disease, your angina can be treated by treating the heart disease.

26. LifeHeart.com | Angina Medications
Treatment for chronic angina has two major goals. The first is to prevent
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27. Angina | Buzzle.com
angina angina occurs as a chest pain, when the heart does not get enough blood supply. Jaw, neck, shoulders, arms may also be affected with the pain.
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Angina occurs as a chest pain, when the heart does not get enough blood supply. Jaw, neck, shoulders, arms may also be affected with the pain. Its symptom of a greater problem. Treating angina at an early stage is must to prevent any dire consequences of the same.
Prinzmetal's Angina Symptoms

Prinzmetal's angina symptoms are chest pain, accompanied with sensations of squeezing or tightness. Following below is an overview of the subject...
Angina Attack

An angina attack has a lot of similarity with a heart attack but is not as serious a condition as a heart attack. In this article we have explained various important aspects of an angina attack, including how it differs from a heart attack...
Prinzmetal Angina

Prinzmetal angina is a type of variant angina. Read on to know all about the various causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of Prinzmetal angina.
Angina Symptoms in Women

Angina is a symptom of coronary heart disease and its symptoms in women are different than those experienced by men. They are also many times misinterpreted as a heart attack symptoms. Read on to know more about angina symptoms in women.
Angina: Treatment and Diet

Angina is a chronic condition of the heart which occurs more often to men rather than women. Let us look at the treatment and diet required to heal angina totally.

28. Natural Angina Pectoris, Ischemia Of Effort And Cardiac Arrhythmia Cure
A discussion on the use of zinc for treatment of this disorder.
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29. Angina Symptoms, Causes, Treatment - What Are The Treatment
What are the treatment options for angina patients? Treatment options include rest, medications (nitroglycerin, beta blockers, calcium channel blockers),
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30. Angina - Definition Of Angina In The Medical Dictionary - By The Free Online Med
angina Definition. angina is pain, discomfort, or pressure localized in the chest that is caused by an insufficient supply of blood to the heart muscle.
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31. Angina Pectoris - Wikipedia
Beschrijving en behandeling van angina pectoris.
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Raadpleeg bij gezondheidsklachten een arts Angina pectoris ICD-10 I ICD-9 Portaal Geneeskunde Angina pectoris is een drukkend, respectievelijk zwaar gevoel en/of pijn midden op de borst (angineuze pijn) dat ontstaat als de hartspier niet voldoende bloed toegevoerd krijgt om het hart zijn werk te laten doen. Meestal wordt dit veroorzaakt door vernauwing van de kransslagaders , vaak in combinatie met lichamelijke inspanning of emotie waardoor het hart krachtiger gaat kloppen en dus meer zuurstof nodig heeft. Bij afnemende zuurstofbehoefte van het hart verdwijnt de angina pectoris dan weer. De pijn die ontstaat door een plotseling optredende verstopping van een kransslagader door een bloedstolsel ( trombus of embolie ) is in aard gelijk aan die van angina pectoris, maar meestal heviger en houdt langer aan. Bij volledige afsluiting van een vat treedt een hartinfarct ('hartaanval') op. Angina pectoris kan worden bestreden door de bloedvaten medicamenteus te verwijden (na toedienen van nitroglycerine verdwijnt de typische angina pectorispijn) of door de inspanning terug te brengen. Ook het verlagen van de

32. Angina
angina, angina is chest pain caused by restricted blood flow to the heart (called ischemia). It usually occurs when you are under emotional or physical stress (such as exercise).
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    Angina is chest pain caused by restricted blood flow to the heart (called ischemia). It usually occurs when you are under emotional or physical stress (such as exercise). The heart doesn't get enough oxygen from the coronary arteries, and you feel a squeezing chest pain or pressure across your chest, which usually goes away after you stop the activity. The most common cause of angina is atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). Stable angina usually occurs when you exercise and is fairly predictable. It is relieved with rest or nitroglycerin. Unstable angina, on the other hand, can occur when you are resting, or at unpredictable times. It can lead to a heart attack, so if you experience unstable angina you should immediately call 911.

33. Angina - Angina - NHS Choices - NHS Choices
Provides information on this syndrome. Includes a short video and details of symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, complications and prevention.
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34. Stable Angina: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Stable angina is chest pain or discomfort that typically occurs with activity or stress. angina is a type of chest discomfort caused by poor blood flow through the blood
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Stable angina is chest pain or discomfort that typically occurs with activity or stress. Angina is a type of chest discomfort caused by poor blood flow through the blood vessels (coronary vessels) of the heart muscle (myocardium). See also: Unstable angina
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Your heart muscle is working all the time, so it needs a continuous supply of oxygen. This oxygen is provided by the coronary arteries, which carry blood. When the heart muscle has to work harder, it needs more oxygen. Symptoms of angina occur when the coronary arteries are narrowed or blocked by hardening of the arteries ( atherosclerosis ), or by a blood clot. The most common cause of angina is coronary heart disease (CHD). Angina pectoris is the medical term for this type of chest pain. Stable angina is predictable chest pain. Although less serious than unstable angina, it can be very painful or uncomfortable. The risk factors for coronary heart disease include: Anything that requires the heart muscle to need more oxygen can cause an angina attack, including:

35. Home ę Cardiogenesis
Surgical laser therapies for treatment of severe angina, chest pain and advanced cardiovascular disease through TMR Transmyocardial Revascularization and PMR Percutaneous Myocardial Revascularization.
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36. Angina Symptoms, Causes, Treatment - What Causes Angina On MedicineNet
Learn about the causes and symptoms of angina like pressure, heaviness, tightening, squeezing, and aching across the chest. There are two types of angina, stable (the most
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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.

37. Special Medical Reports - October 1, 1999 - American Academy Of Family Physician
The American College of Cardiology, the American Heart Association and the American College of Physicians American Society of Internal Medicine have developed recommendations for the management of chronic stable angina.
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Sharon Scott Morey Journal of the American College of Cardiology, and the executive summary of the guidelines is published in the June 7, 1999 issue of Circulation. The document is also available on the ACC Web site ( http://www.acc.org ) and the AHA Web site ( http://www.americanheart.org The recommendations are divided into four sections that cover diagnosis, risk stratification, treatment and follow-up. Each recommendation is assigned a rank for the weight of the evidence. The highest rank is A, which signifies that the data were derived from multiple randomized clinical trials of a large number of patients. An intermediate rank of B denotes data derived from a limited number of randomized trials of a small number of patients or from careful analyses of nonrandomized studies or observational registries. The lowest rank of evidence, C, was assigned when expert consensus was the primary basis for the recommendation. As is customary with ACC/AHA recommendations, classifications of I, II and III were used to categorize the recommendations according to the weight of the evidence. The three classifications are defined as follows:

38. Angina.com Angina And Heart Disease Information
angina educational resource and heart disease information from angina.com.
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39. Angina Pectoris: EMedicine Cardiology
Cardiologist offers a clinical overview of this condition that often leads to chest pain in patients with coronary artery disease. Includes emergency care information and prevention tips.
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40. Acute Coronary Syndrome: EMedicine Emergency Medicine
Serious condition that may occur in heart disease and angina patients. Symptoms may include chest pain and palpitations caused by myocardial ischemia.
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