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Factors in primary care that influence the recognition and evolution of stable angina into acute myocardial infarction
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In this study we used National library of medicine (NCBI) website (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov) and its subcategory - PubMed Central: free, full text journal articles located online at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/. We present the keywords and results from our research: KEYWORD: stabile angina pectoris 1.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/?term=aspirin%20angina%20pectoris 2. 1187 results Factors in primary care that influence the recognition and evolution of stable angina into acute myocardial infarction Introduction Stabile angina pectoris is a symptom that is associated with coronary vascular disease. It is a subjective feeling of chest pain, pressure, burning sensation or some other subjective feeling described by the patient that usually appears after physical exercise, intense emotional stimulus, stress or other provoking factor (Somerville et al. 2008). It is very variable symptom that varies when is described by different patients, and this makes it one of the most controversial symptoms in the medicine (Melvyn et al. 2010). Stabile angina pectoris is usually first recognized during a general practice (GP) doctor visit, or is noticed by a nurse during a home visit or other occasion. GP doctors often must decide if the acute symptoms described by the patient are due to heart problems or some other less acute condition and have limited resources in GP ambulance to do complete more detailed diagnostic tests like stress test, laboratory findings, angiography or other procedures that are less often found in GP office. ...
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