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    Angina Pectoris

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    Angina Pectoris Angina pectoris is a medical condition that literally means a choked chest. The victim feels acute pain in his chest for a few seconds, and then it goes away. This occurs when myocardium cells, the muscle portion of your heart, are temporarily denied oxygen. At this stage they do not die, but maybe weakened. If left untreated and the disease continues, a serious condition known as myocardial infraction or commonly called a heart attack may occur. This can severely damage the heart's

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    the number of deaths from cancer, chronic lung disease, pneumonia and influenza, and others combined. One of the symptoms of coronary disease is angina pectoris. Unfortunately, a lot of people do not take it seriously, and thus not realizing that it may lead to other complications, and even death. The Human Heart In order to understand angina, one must know about our own heart. The human heart is a powerful muscle in the body which is worked the hardest. A double pump system, the heart

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    However micro vascular angina pectoris a medical term for chest pain remain number one killer in the world it is a discomfort due to coronary heart disease simply called angina. This occurs when the heart muscle temporarily doesn't get sufficient in order to function properly. In addition it’s usually happens because one or more of the heart's arteries is narrowed or blocked. In the article of Lana management of micro vascular angina pectoris he clearly explain the nature of angina when he state that:

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    he described as “crushing”. He reported that the pain radiated to his neck and jaw. Additionally, the patient was experiencing shortness of breath (SOB). History of Present Illness (HPI) The symptoms of severe chest pain are consistent with angina pectoris,

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    Coronary Arteries Essay

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    which branches into Left Circumflex, Marginal LCA and Left Anterior Descending Artery. In order for the heart to function properly the coronary arteries should be constantly supplying oxygen, if any of these arteries becomes blocked we experience angina, injury to the heart muscle, heart attack and in worst cases heart failure and death. Disease of the coronary arteries is the number one of all the heart diseases and the leading

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    Patient Health Assessment

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    On admission to a healthcare facility, a health assessment is a mandatory tool in assessing the patient’s health status. In general an assessment is broken down in a two types of reviews, by conducting a health history which includes the collection of subjective data (information elicited by the patient or patients family members) and a physical examination of the patient which includes the gathering of evidence based data (Wilson & Giddens, 2009). Collecting and documenting accurate information

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    In Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead narrator and reverend John Ames seeks to transcend the isolation he feels from the title town through a letter to his son. John Ames holds the ironic role of moral leader and recluse, which leaves him alienated from the people who respect him. His isolation is a byproduct of his independence; an independence that distances him from those he loves: Jack Boughton and his son. This estrangement is represented in the text by his heart condition which prevents him from

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    General Studies and research of Cardiology Cardiology is the diagnosis and treatment of human or animal hearts In the focus of Cardiology, the heart has many different anatomical features including ventricles, atria and valves. While plenty is known about the healthy heart, Cardiology usually studies diseased hearts. Because diseases of the heart can lead to many complications and is the leading cause of death, it is important to study these diseases to try and develop new medicine or procedures

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    “battles and leaders of war” series. Mac Was asked to write about his experiences as a commander during the Peninsula and Maryland campaigns. In October eighteen eight-five, Mac began to experience severe chest pain that was later diagnosed as angina pectoris. His doctor prescribed different treatments and rest. Within a week or two his condition began to improve and the doctor believed Mac would make a complete recovery. However, on the evening of October twenty-eight, while finishing an article for

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    Two series of new symmetrical 4-aryl-2,6-dimethyl-3,5-bis-N-(aryl/heteroaryl)-carbamoyl-1,4-dihydropyridines (4a-f) and asymmetrical 4-aryl-2,6-dimethyl-3-N-(aryl/heteroaryl)-carbamoyl-5-ethyl carboxylate-1,4-dihydropyridines (5a-f) have been synthesized by simple, economical and eco-friendly, modified Hantzsch reaction using N-aryl/heteroaryl acetoacetamides (3a-c), ethylacetoacetate (for asymmetric), arylaldehydes and urea in presence of catalytic amounts of LiBr/Iodine and by microwave irradiation

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