Angina pectoris

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  • Ayurvedic Management Of Hridroga Case Study

    is contraindicated in pregnancy and gastritis (heartburn).  Garlic or Lashuna is excellent for preventing as well as curing heart disease. One capsule, thrice a day is effective in reducing high blood cholesterol and triglycerides.  For angina pectoris, Arjuna is the drug of choice. Arjuna-arishta is a standard Ayurvedic remedy for strengthening the heart. Six teaspoonfuls of the preparation mixed with equal water, twice a day, should be given for six months.  Sarpa-gandha is the drug of…

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  • Essay On Coronary Heart Disease

    result to a heart attack, also known as angina. In the long term, coronary heart disease can lead to heart failure and arrhythmias. It is also the most common of all the heart diseases and it the number one cause of death for both men and women in the US. There are about 12 million Americans suffering from this condition. What are the things that may…

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  • Cardiovascular System Case Studies

    also causes the sensory receptors in the airways to lose their senstivity. 6. Pathophysiology of Angina Pectoris – It begins with your heart muscle not receiving a satisfactory stream of blood for any reason, which may cause a burning pain in your chest. A person may also feel suffocation and have difficulty in breathing. A person’s blood pressure can also take a part in the pathophysiology of angina. High blood pressure can lead to the pain in the chest. The pain can also be due to any blockage…

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  • Heart Attack Conclusion

    Heart Disease in Women and their Unique Symptoms of a Heart Attack Introduction: Heart attacks are a very serious condition of the human body that require immediate attention. Heart attacks are known in the medical community as myocardial infarctions: myo- means muscle, cardio- means heart, -al means pertaining to; infarct means death of tissue (med term book). The parts come together as: tissue death pertaining to heart muscle (med term book). Each year, around one and half million cases of…

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  • Bio 202 Unit 1 Case Study

    Normal ST segment should not be elevated and N.K’s shows ST segment elevated in ER. 6) What is the most likely diagnosis for patient # 1, angina or and acute myocardial infarction? Why key evidences led you do that conclusion? N.K. acute myocardial infarction, because ST segment is elevated and T wave is peaked meaning he is not getting enough oxygen. 7) examine the patient's history and…

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  • Physiological Effects Of Coronary Heart Disease

    efficiently (Dulson et. al., 2011). Due to the extensive plaque buildup in these arteries, which concomitantly decreases the elasticity of these vessels, proper oxygenated blood flow is impeded and may lead to several complications such as angina pectoris (or simply angina) and possibly a myocardial infarction…

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  • Shelby Cobra Research Papers

    car is the 1967 AC Shelby Cobra created by Carroll Shelby. Carroll Shelby completely changed the automobile industry with his creation of the Shelby Cobra. In May of 1960, Carroll Shelby received distressing news. He had been diagnosed with angina pectoris-- an hereditary disease of the heart-- which prompted him to prematurely retire from his racing career. Although, while the diagnosis had the obvious adverse effect of ending his career,…

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  • Body Observation Report

    During the Body Works experiments the patient performed a number of tasks. The patient performed a task called the Eat Healthy (My Pyramid/Diabetes) where she picked out a number of meals that represented the types of meals that she would eat on any given day. She selected foods like spaghetti and meatballs, a turkey sandwich, hamburger and fries, and a chocolate ice cream bar. After the patient was finished picking through the menu the machine then gave her a total for the amount of calories…

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  • Business Ethics Case Study: CV Therapeutics

    The company utilizes advances registered in genetics and molecular biology to detect mechanisms of the cardiovascular diseases, as well as targeting the discovery of drugs. In addition, the company is specifically involved in the development of angina pectoris. The CV Therapeutics operates in the United States of America under the industry of healthcare. The CV Therapeutics, being Biopharmaceutical Company, which is research oriented, it…

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  • Beneficial Effects Of The Beta Adrenergic Antagonists

    comprised of the total of 121,956 COPD patients with the age range from 45 to 80-years old who were also receiving the BB treatment. Of the 15 studies, 5 studies included only COPD patients with concomitant coronary heart disease (CHD) including angina pectoris and MI and the other 3 studies evaluated only COPD patients with the heart failure (HF). The duration of the treatment among studied participants ranged from 1 year to 7.2 years.1 The researchers observed that the BB use was associated…

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