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  1. DISSERTATIO MEDICA INAUGURALIS, DE ANGINA INFLAMMATORIA. Pro Gradu Doctoris. by John Ligertwood, 1773-01-01
  2. Coronary angiography and angina pectoris: Symposium of the European Society of Cardiology by P. R. (Editor) Lichtlen, 1976
  3. Learning to Live with Angina by Harley Williams, 1970-12
  4. Nitroglycerin 6: Unstable Angina Pectoris & Extracardial Indications
  5. Angina Pectoris
  6. Unstable Angina (Fundamental and Clinical Cardiology) by Rutherford, 1991-10-31
  7. Primary and secondary angina pectoris
  8. Heart Rate Management in Stable Angina: Servier Edition by Kim M. Fox, Roberto Ferrari, 2005-07-15
  9. A Colour Atlas of Angina Pectoris by Kim M. Fox, Leonard M. Shapiro, et all 1986-12
  10. Angina pectoris by Hans Kohn, 1926
  11. Angina pectoris by Walter Verdon, 2010-08-29
  12. Angina Pectoris (International seminars in cardiovascular medicine)
  13. Angina Pectoris: Etiology, Pathogenesis and Treatment
  14. Coping With Angina: Practical Advice to Help You Lead an Active, Pain-Free Life by Louise M. Wallace, 1990-12

41. Vasogenics - EECP Therapy - Proven Treatment For Angina & Heart Failure
Offers non surgical EECP treatment for sufferers of angina at a number of locations throughout the United Kingdom.

42. Angina Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatments And Causes -
angina information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis.

43. Angina Pectoris
Looks at angina pectoris and explains what it is, the heart attack risks, diagnosis, treatment and the types.

44. Angina
What is angina pectoris? angina Pectoris is recurring acute chest pain or discomfort resulting from decreased blood supply to the heart muscle(myocardial ischemia).
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What is angina pectoris? Angina Pectoris is recurring acute chest pain or discomfort resulting from decreased blood supply to the heart muscle(myocardial ischemia). Angina occurs when the heart’s need for oxygen increases beyond the level of oxygen available from the blood nourishing the heart (8). Angina is a common symptom for coronary heart disease (CHD)(9). The symptoms of angina include mild or severe pain, pressure, or discomfort in the chest, the pain is generally described as a feeling of a squeezing, strangling, heaviness, or suffocation sensation in the chest(8, 9). What risks are associated with angina pectoris? Angina indicates that CHD is present and that some part of the heart is not receiving an adequate blood supply. Episodes of angina seldom cause permanent damage to the heart muscle. Angina pectoris is a temporary part of the heart muscle not getting enough blood, whereas a heart attack occurs when some part of the heart is suddenly and permanently cut off from the blood supply which causes permanent damage to the heart muscle (8). Patients who have already suffered a coronary heart disease (CHD) event such as angina pectoris are at considerably increased risk of recurrent fatal or non-fatal events compared with healthy individuals of the same age(1). Angina pectoris is thought to be a precursor to approximately 40 percent of acute coronary events (1).

Provides a detailed description, causes, signs and symptoms, risk factors, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, medications, activity, diet, possible complications and a prognosis for angina pectoris. Heart
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Coronary Artery Disease Medical Term:
Ischemic Heart Disease Description: Coronary artery disease is a condition in which fatty deposits (atheroma) accumulate in the cells lining the wall of the coronary arteries. These fatty deposits build up gradually and irregularly in the large branches of the two main coronary arteries which encircle the heart and are the main source of its blood supply. This process is called atherosclerosis which leads to narrowing or hardening of the blood vessels supplying blood to the heart muscle (the coronary arteries ).This results in ischemia ( inability to provide adequate oxygen) to heart muscle and this can cause damage to the heart muscle . Complete occlusion of the blood vessel leads to a heart attack (myocardial infarction). In the United States , cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among both sexes, and coronary artery disease is the commonest cause of cardiovascular disease.

46. The Doctors Book Of Home Remedies Angina
angina 17 Ways to Stop the Pain. Ollie slumps on the couch after gorging himself on Eula Mae's latest offering of his favorite meal roast ham, baked potato with sour cream
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    Minutes later, Ollie is gasping and clenching his chest in pain as a heavy, squeezing pressure radiates from his heart. "Oh, Lord!" he cries. "Eula Mae! Eula Mae! This is The Big One! I'm a goner fer sure! I want to live!" But it's not The Big One, and Ollie is not headed for that Big Greasy Spoon in the Sky. Five minutes later the pain has subsided and Ollie recalls what Dr. Hartebeest had told him just last week. His pain is not a heart attack, and it's not heartburn. It's angina. And it's a sign that the arteries in Ollie's heart are clogging up with fat. The blood can't get through to nourish his heart. That high-fat, high-salt feast, that argument with Eula Mae, going out into the cold, shoveling snow. Any one of those things can bring on angina. "Here are some pills to take when you get the pain." Dr. Hartebeest had said. "But I'm warning you, Ollie. If you don't change your ways, you're asking for trouble."
  • 47. Angina - Vitacost
    angina, or angina pectoris, is chest pain due either to reduced blood flow to the heart or to certain other abnormalities of heart function.

    48. Heart Drops Clears Clogged Arteries, Restores Poor Circulation, Shrinks Enlarged
    Stops angina, unclogs arteries, removes cholesterol from arteries and heart valves.
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    49. Angina | Define Angina At
    –noun Pathology . 1. any attack of painful spasms characterized by sensations of choking or suffocating. 2. angina pectoris. 3. any disease of the throat or fauces. Use

    50. La Angina De Pecho En Imagenes
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    Se conoce como enfermedad coronaria cualquier trastorno causado por una restricción en el suministro de sangre al músculo cardíaco. Las manifestaciones más corrientes son la angina de pecho y el infarto de miocardio. La angina de pecho es un síndrome clínico de molestia torácica transitoria, con crisis dolorosas súbitas y dificultad respiratoria como resultado del aumento de la demanda miocárdica de oxígeno y de la estenosis coronaria. Típicamente, la angina comienza con un dolor atenazante u opresivo por detrás del esternón, que se puede irradiar hacia el cuello y la mandíbula, o bien hacia el brazo izquierdo. El dolor remite rápidamente con el reposo. Las emociones fuertes o el frío pueden determinar que no sea necesario un gran esfuerzo para provocar la angina.
    La enfermedad coronaria comienza con el estrechamiento de las arterias coronarias debido a la formación de depósitos grasos. Se inicia con la acumulación de lípidos y colesterol que se depositan en el interior de la pared arterial. Se sitúan entre la túnica íntima y la media, constituyendo un estímulo irritante para la pared arterial que reacciona con un proceso inflamatorio formando una capa fibrosa esclerótica que produce la rigidez de la pared. La pared de la arteria, al estrecharse, impide el flujo normal de la sangre y si la turbulencia de la sangre hace más tosca la superficie de la placa se pueden acumular plaquetas y leucocitos, formando cuágulos sanguíneos y bloqueo de la arteria.

    51. Angina Pectoris Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, And Prevention On EMedic
    Read about angina (chest pain) causes by heart disease, coronary artery spasm, or other conditions. Risk factors include high blood pressure, smoking, diabetes, high
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    If you are having pain or pressure in the middle of your chest, left neck, left shoulder, or left arm, go immediately to the nearest hospital emergency department. Do not drive yourself. Call 911 for emergency transport. Angina, or angina pectoris, is the medical term used to describe the temporary chest discomfort that occurs when the heart is not getting enough blood.

    52. Kardovite Herbal Medication
    Herbal products, heart drops, natural herbal medicine for heart disease that may help with clogged arteries, circulation, angina pain and cholesterol levels.
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    If you are currently taking any kinds of blood thinners, it is recommended to take Kardovite 4 hours after the blood thinner. Also, Garlic and Gingko Biloba have blood-thinning properties, and this should be borne in mind when taking it with medications. Many have combined Kardovite with their regular medication but to be sure, consult you doctor, as you should when taking any vitamin or herbal medication. It is advised to inform you doctor about all supplements prior to any operations. If you have any questions about Kardovite please contact us: Nutrition Plus Products 2475 Dobbin Road, Unit 22, Suite 522.

    53. Angina
    angina — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes and treatment of this type of chest pain.

    54. Dr Barry J Bellovin MD - New York Board Certified Cardiologist - Internal Medici
    Information about the practice and the doctor. FAQs, helpful links, and contact details. Services offered, which include treatment for heart attacks, angina, cardiovascular problems, strokes and prevention.
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    55. Angina - [Alternative Medicine]
    About angina angina, or angina pectoris, is chest pain due either to reduced blood flow to the heart or to certain other abnormalities of heart function. Hardening
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    The following information is specific for alternative and complementary medicine. For additional evidence-based information on diseases, conditions, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and wellness issues, continue searching the Healthwise Knowledgebase Also indexed as: Angina pectoris, Breast Pain, Stenocardia
    What you need to know Ease the pain in your chest by paying closer attention to your coronary arteries. According to research or other evidence, the following self-care steps may help you prevent or repair damage:
    • Understand the warning signs Seek immediate medical attention if you develop symptoms of new or worsening chest pain Add L-carnitine to your daily routine Take 1 gram of this nutritional supplement two or three times a day to improve heart function and ease symptoms of angina Mix in some magnesium Take 200 to 300 mg of this mineral supplement twice a day to reduce the risk of exercise-induced chest pain Get to know NAC With a healthcare provider's supervision, take 600 mg of the supplement N-acetyl cysteine three times a day to improve the effects of nitroglycerin Make an appointment with an acupuncturist Visit a qualified practitioner to see if treatments reduce angina attacks and the need for nitroglycerin, and improve exercise tolerance

    56. Vasomedical, Inc. - EECP® Therapy | Home
    Develops and markets non-invasive counterpulsation devices which treat cardiac patients suffering from angina pectoris, acute myocardial and cardiogenic shock. (Nasdaq VASO).

    57. Angina -
    List of 41 disease causes of angina, patient stories, diagnostic guides, medical books excerpts online about angina, 78 drug side effect causes, 13 drug interaction causes.

    58. Dr Di Holdright | Cardiologist London UK | Heart Specialist London UK
    Dr Diana R Holdright explains about angina, heart disease and cardiological investigations and treatments. Also some details about herself and contact information.

    59. Angina Pectoris: EMedicine Emergency Medicine
    Overview angina pectoris (AP) represents the clinical syndrome occurring when myocardial oxygen demand exceeds supply. The term is derived from Latin; the literal meaning is

    60. Heart Bypass Surgery Information
    Information on coronary artery disease, or atherosclerosis, including information on risks, symptoms such as angina, and bypass surgery procedures.
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    Defining heart bypass surgery
    Arteries are designed to carry blood from the heart to the rest of your body. Occasionally as a result of diet and other factors these arteries can become clogged and result in a very dangerous blockage. When this happens surgeons must operate and take an existing artery from another part of the body and use it to bypass the clot.
    When does someone need bypass surgery?
    The aorta supplies blood from the heart to the body. At its base are 2 primary blood vessels the supply blood to the heart. These branch out several times to supply the entire heart with blood. When plaque buildup narrows an artery by around 70% of its usuall size, the artery is essentially blocked. This is when surgery is required. For cases with less severe blockage they can usually be relieved by angioplasty and stenting. This involves inserting a ballon into the vessel and inflating it to open up the passage. A stent is then incserted to keep the path open.
    What is multiple bypass surgery?

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