THE INFLUENCE OF ANTICOAGULANTS ON ANGINA PECTORIS
- AN APPROACH TO THE THERAPY OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE. Shechter, Fred R.; Rasansky, Harry N. // Angiology;Sep1965, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p562
Assesses the value of long-term dipyridamole therapy in patients having coronary artery disease with a definite ischemic pattern. Ambulatory private patients with coronary insufficiency; Most patients with angina pectoris and a history of myocardial infarction; Dosages of dipyridamole used;...
- Reversal of a Case of Advanced Coronary Artery Disease with Unstable Angina Using Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Cellular Exercise. Milner, Martin // Townsend Letter;May2010, Issue 322, p94
The article discusses the use of the pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) cellular exercise to treat chronic coronary artery disease that is associated with unstable angina. It states that the exercise is important in the treatment of the damages in the electrical direct current (EDS) systems...
- New Methods to Treat Angina. // USA Today Magazine;Feb91, Vol. 119 Issue 2549, p3
Focuses on several methods of treating angina pectoris, according to Udho Thadani, professor of medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Study on the effects of combining various forms of treatment to provide maximum benefit to those who suffer from stable and unstable...
- Imdur. Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p410
An encyclopedia entry for Imdur, a brand name for a slow-release preparation of isosorbide mononitrate, is presented. The drug isosorbide mononitrate is used in treating angina pectoris, a chest pain caused by inadequate blood supply to the heart.
- The Effects of Enhanced External Counter Pulsation on Heart Function in Patients with Ischemic Heart Disease and Left Ventricular Dysfunction. Moloodi, Abdolrasool; Nalini, Mahdi; Ezzati, Parvin // Journal of Isfahan Medical School;7/16/2012, Vol. 30 Issue 189, p1
Background: Enhanced external counter pulsation (EECP) is used to reduce chest pain in patients with refractory angina. However, there is controversy about the effects of this method on heart failure. This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of EECP in treatment of patients with coronary artery...
- Management of angina. Newson, Louise // GP: General Practitioner;12/7/2007, p38
The article presents an overview of angina, its prevalence in Great Britain, and offers guidelines for its treatment. As stated, angina is very common is Great Britain and almost two million British citizens have angina. Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the most common cause of death in Great...
- A Review and Update on the Management of Stable Ischemic Heart Disease. YOO, TINA; YOO, EDWARD // California Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p177
No abstract available.
- Prinzmetal's angina. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p1893
A reference entry for the medical term "Prinzmetal's angina," another word for variant angina, is presented.
- Angina Pectoris With Pharyngeal Pain Alone: A Case Report. Sone, Michiyoshi; Koizumi, Akiko; Tamiya, Eiji; Inoue, Kiyoshi; Ebihara, Isao; Koide, Hikaru; Okazaki, Shinya; Kato, Yoshiteru; Suzuki, Jun; Daida, Hiroyuki // Angiology;Apr/May2009, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p259
Patients with pharyngeal pain are frequently encountered in the department of otorhinolaryngology. The pharyngeal pain is usually caused by an inflammation or a malignant disease. In some cases, anginal pain radiates to the pharynx. However, patients with angina pectoris who suffer from...