Results for: Angina

What is the medication for angina?

ANSWER: Patients with angina are commonly treated with aspirin. This does not help the angina but it does help prevent the narrowings in the arteries from progressing to a ful (MORE)
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Why do you get angina?

is caused when blood flow to an area of the heart is decreased, impairing the delivery of oxygen and vital nutrients to the heart muscle cells.

How do you Pronounce angina?

  Answer   There are at least two common and acceptable ways to pronounce angina:   an J-EYE na. The middle syllable is like "eye" with the jay sound in front.  (MORE)

What is an angina attack?

In layman's term, angina pectoris means (severe) chest pain due to the lack of blood and oxygen supply of the heart (ischemia). The chest pain is not more than 10-15 minutes. (MORE)
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Is angina hereditary?

Angina, itself, is not hereditary. However, there is a correlation  between hereditary heart disease and angina. Also, having family  members who develop angina at an early (MORE)

What is Angina Pectoris?

severe suffocating chest pain caused by brief lack of oxygen supply to heart is attributed to acute shortage in the supply of oxygen to the essential heart muscle ce (MORE)

What is angina?

Angina is discomfort or pain in the chest because certain muscles of the heart don't get enough oxygen-rich blood.
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What is the causes of angina?

SmokingHigh amounts of certain fats and cholesterol in the bloodHigh blood pressureHigh amounts of sugar in the blood due to insulin resistance or diabetes
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What relieves angina?

For an acute angina attack: Take nitroglycerinLie down and avoid thinking stressful thoughtsTake an aspirin For longer term relief: Consider surgeryTake 80mg aspirin dailyL (MORE)