angina

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Synonyms for angina

any disease of the throat or fauces marked by spasmodic attacks of intense suffocative pain

a heart condition marked by paroxysms of chest pain due to reduced oxygen to the heart

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Although having radiating chest pain to a region besides substernal or left precordium or presence of preinfarction angina did not differ between groups, in agreement to the previous studies, the patients who used ambulance defined more severe chest pain (6, 7).
10 for the most severe pain) Radiation of chest pain (P/A) Preinfarction angina (P/A)
1 (scale 0-10) Having radiating chest 192 (58) 63 (66) pain, n (%) Dyspnea, n (%) 82 (25) 37 (39) Palpitation, n (%) 72 (22) 27 (28) Dizziness, n (%) 81(25) 42 (44) Syncope, n (%) 12 (4) 9 (9) Nausea, n (%) 123 (37) 45 (47) Vomiting, n (%) 57 (17) 27 (28) Sweating, n (%) 198 (60) 54 (56) Preinfarction angina, n (%) 141 (43) 48 (50) Characteristics of current No ambulance * p cardiac event and symptoms (n=234) Type of ACS (STEMI), n (%) 120 (51) 0.
Finally, a careful history of preinfarction angina was not routinely recorded on admission, and we are not able to reliably distinguish between patients with "unheralded" or "heralded" myocardial infarctions.