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Stable angina is the most common type. Angioplasty opens blocked or narrowed coronary arteries. Family history of heart disease. The tube is threaded into your coronary arteries, and the dye is released into your bloodstream.
What medicines you take keep a list and how to take them. Angina may feel like pressure or a squeezing pain in your chest. Know the Pattern of Your Angina Stable angina usually occurs in a pattern.
This test uses dye and special x rays to show the inside of your coronary arteries. Take action quickly if your chest pain becomes severe, lasts longer than a few minutes, or isn't relieved by rest or medicine.
Types There are several types of angina. Cardiac catheterization usually is done in a hospital. Many hospitals, workplaces, and community groups offer classes to help people quit smoking. Unstable angina suggests that you're at high risk for a heart attack very soon.
Your doctor can advise you about this. If you have side effects from your medicines, let your doctor know. The dye lets your doctor study the flow of blood through your heart and blood vessels.
Your heart coronary arteries can become narrowed by fatty deposits called plaques. Patient Handouts Summary Angina is chest pain or discomfort you feel when there is not enough blood flow to your heart muscle.
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