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Angina pectoris commonly known as angina is chest pain often due to ischemia of the heart muscle, due in general to obstruction or spasm of the coronary arteries. The main cause of angina pectoris is improper contractivity of the heart muscle and coronary artery disease, due to atherosclerosis of the arteries feeding the heart. Worsening angina attacks, sudden-onset angina at rest, and angina lasting more than 15 minutes are symptoms of unstable angina. As these may herald myocardial infarction, they require urgent medical attention and are, in general, treated as a presumed heart attack.
Also known as effort angina, this refers to the more common understanding of angina related to myocardial ischemia. Typical presentations of stable angina is that of chest discomfort and associated symptoms precipitated by some activity with minimal or non-existent symptoms at rest or with administration of sublingual nitroglycerin. Symptoms typically abate several minutes following cessation of precipitating activities and recur when activity resumes. In this way, stable angina may be thought of as being similar to intermittent claudication symptoms. Unstable angina (UA) (also "crescendo angina"; this is a form of acute coronary syndrome) is defined as angina pectoris that changes or worsens.
It has at least one of these three features:
1. it occurs at rest (or with minimal exertion), usually lasting 3–5 minutes
2. it is severe and of new onset (i.e., within the prior 4–6 weeks)
3. it occurs with a crescendo pattern (i.e., distinctly more severe, prolonged, or frequent than before).
UA may occur unpredictably at rest, which may be a serious indicator of an impending heart attack. What differentiates stable angina from unstable angina (other than symptoms) is the pathophysiology of the atherosclerosis. The pathophysiology of unstable angina is the reduction of coronary flow due to transient platelet aggregation on apparently normal endothelium, coronary artery spasms, or coronary thrombosis. In stable angina, the developing atheroma is protected with a fibrous cap. This cap (atherosclerotic plaque) may rupture in unstable angina, allowing blood clots to precipitate and further decrease the lumen of the coronary vessel. This explains why an unstable angina appears to be independent of activity.
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1. British Cardiac Patients Association
2. ArquivosBrasileiros de Cardiologia
3. British Society of Echocardiography
4. American Society of Echocardiography
5. Canadian Society of Echocardiography
6. Canadian Cardiovascular Society
7. The Iranian Society of Echocardiography
8. British Heart Foundation
9. Children’s Heart Foundation
10. European society of cardiology
11. American College of Cardiology Foundation
12. American Heart Association
13. American Association for Thoracic Surgery
14. American Stroke Association
15. Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists
16. Society for Vascular Medicine
17. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
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2. Advances in Cardiovascular Pathophysiology and Emerging Novel Therapeutic Strategies
3. 7th Annual The Heart Beat of Cardiology: Practical Application of Echocardiography
4. ICI Meeting 2014 - the International Conference for Innovations in Cardiovascular Systems and High-Tech Life Science Industry
5. Arrhythmias and the Heart 2015: A Cardiovascular Update
6. Prevention and treatment of heart failure – 2015
7. Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology Congress 2015
8. Cardiology 2015
9. Echo at the Arch: Practical Review of Valvular Heart Disease
10. Challenges in Clinical Cardiology
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2. Global Cardio Care, Inc, USA
3. Nucardio Heart Centre, USA
4. Cardiology Associates- Atlanta, USA
5. Rice Diet Clinic
6. VasomedicalInc, USA
7. CC Medical Services, USA
8. Deutsche Herzstiftung e. V., Germany
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11. Medtronic International Ltd, Singapore
12. Cardiology Associates, Australia
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