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Dyspnea, chest pain secondary to pulmonary infarction or inflammatory response (pleuritic)
Pulmonary embolus
Mimic sx of ischemic chest pain, dyspnea
Pulmonary hypertension
Easy fatigability, dyspnea on exertion, syncope or near syncope, anterior chest pressure
Aortic stenosis
Sudden onset of severe tearing, stabbing pain over anterior chest or interscapular/abdominal region
Aortic dissection
Sharp left anterior chest pain generally occurs in response to stress or emotional events
Mitral valve prolapse
Anterior chest pain that may radiate to shoulder area if diaphragmatic surface of pericardium is involved
Pain sharp, increases with inspiration, lessens with forward position
Pericarditis
Substernal burning, may radiate to neck, occurs 30-60minutes after eating
Reflux
Right upper quadrant pain, epigastric pain, nasuea, vomiting and anorexia
Acute cholecystitis
Non selective Beta1 and Beta 2 blockers
Propranolol - Inderal
Timolol- Blocadren
Nadolol- Corcard
Sotalol- Sotacar, Betapace
Penbutolol- Levatol
Nonselective/Vasodilatory
Careolol-Cartrol
Labetalol-Trandate, Normodyne
Pindolol- Visken
Cardioselective-Beta1 receptors only
Acebutolol-Sectral
Atenolol- Tenormin
Metoprolol-Lopressor,
Toprol XL