angina scale

an·gi·na scale

(an'ji-nă skāl)
A four-part scale used to describe the severity of angina (1+ = mild, to 4+ = severe).
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There were no significant differences (P > 0.05) between control group and treatment group on secondary outcomes at all time points after PCI, including angina scale (frequency of attack, duration time, intensity of pain, and dose of nitroglycerin), SAQ (dimension of body activities limitation, angina pectoris stable state, heart attacks, disease knowledge, and treatment satisfaction), and the quality of life scale of integrative medicine.