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What is coronary heart disease (angina, myocardial infarction)?
What is the risk factors that can cause coronary angina pectoris?
What is the treatment of coronary angina pectoris?
What can you do to prevent coronary angina pectoris?
How much burden my heart can withstand?
   
Angina
1. angina
It is not the name of disease, but the subjective symptom of spasmodical front chest pain. 

- Chest tightening and loss of breath
- Strong pressure and crushing chest
- Buring chest
 
2. Cause
Coronary atherosclerosis – Coronary has enough ability to expand the inside, but when it gets hardened and inside of blood vessel became narrow or blocked and cannot increase the amount of needed blood for heart muscle, then the heart muscle falls into ischemia.

The subjective symptom at the moment of ischemia in heart muscle is called angina. It occurs when the amount of blood flowing through the coronary artery becomes limited due to arteritis and aortic valvular disease.
 
3. Types
a. Laborious angina
b. middle angina
c. angina
d. threatened infarction
 
4. Prognosis of angina
a. Laborious angina
b. middle angina
c. angina
 
5. Treatment
a. ECG: It should be shot as seizures. It is needed to confirm the diagnosis and observe the lapse.

b. Coronary projections: It observes the severity of coronary artery morphologically by special shoots of coronary artery.
 
6. Treatment of angina
a. precautious life style: It can prevent the occurance and development of coronary artherosclerosis
 
 
 
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