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oa Modern Medicine - Which medical treatment for patients with unstable angina?

 

Abstract

Unstable angina pectoris is the term applied to ischaemic heart disease in patients who occupy a twilight zone between acute infarction and chronic stable angina. In treatment, the first step is to admit the patient to the hospital for symptomatic care and stabilisation.

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1980-06-01
2016-12-09
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