recurrent angina

recurrent angina

Cardiology Sharp precordial pain directly related to cardiac ischemia, seen in 3-5% of Pts with CABG, due either to progressive stenosis or occlusion of a CABG or progressive stenosis in an ungrafted artery. See Angina, CABG, Triple-bypass surgery.
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'Recurrent angina and deterioration of renal function are the prime concerns.
Furthermore at 18 months follow up the results in terms of recurrent angina, MI and mortality were also similar.
At the 30-day follow-up, no MACE occurred in any group; seven and five cases of recurrent angina and/or rehospitalization were reported in the UFH-Enox and UFH groups, respectively; there was no significant difference between the two groups (?2 = 0.11, P = 0.77).
Complications in Acute Coronary Syndrome Complications Percentage of Patients Left ventricular failure 10 Cardiogenic shock 8 Conduction block--Complete heart block 4 - Left bundle branch block 1 - Atrioventricular block 1 Tachyarrhythmias--Supraventricular 1 tachycardia - Ventricular tachycardia 5 Recurrent angina 1 Post-infarct angina 4 Congestive cardiac failure 2 Accelerated hypertension 1 LVF--Left Ventricular Failure, CS--Cardiogenic Shock, CB Conduction Block, VT--Ventricular Tachycardia, SVT Supraventricular Tachycardia, RA--Recurrent Angina, PIA Post-Infarct Angina, CCF--Congestive Cardiac Failure, Acc.
Effect of trimetazidine on recurrent angina pectoris and left ventricular structure in elderly multivessel coronary heart disease patients with diabetes mellitus after drug-eluting stent implantation: A single-centre, prospective, randomized, double-blind study at 2-year follow-up.
However, the patient was readmitted in November 2010, complaining of recurrent angina and dyspnea on exertion associated with low blood pressure, dizziness, and cold sweating.
DES, including the scaffolds, polymer coatings and even the drugs themselves, have also been incriminated in recurrent angina.
This risk was largely driven by an increased risk of heart attack and recurrent angina requiring further coronary stenting.
Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, orthopedic impediments, recent hospitalization (within 3 months), and myocardial infarction or recurrent angina (within 6 months) were excluded from the trial.
Patients with recurrent angina after revascularization need treatment options beyond mechanical revascularization.
From these 26 patients with recurrent angina pectoris (from group A), 6 patients formed the subgroup with severe depression, 11 patients belonged to the subgroup with moderate depression and 9 patients were in the subgroup with mild depression (Figure 2).