Recent Examples of angina from the Web
During the 1990s, Viagra failed miserably in trials as a treatment for angina, but alert researchers at Pfizer realized that one of the side effects could have global appeal.
There are two kinds of angina: Stable and unstable, the Mayo Clinic says.
There is no question that statins can protect the health of people who have already had a heart attack or stroke (or even angina) and thus face a significant risk of a recurrence that could prove fatal.
Pfizer had aimed to treat the heart condition angina.
Researchers said the study doesn't mean that patients with angina should never undergo the procedure.
Snyder didn’t send him to the hospital but instead treated him with amyl nitrate for angina; heparin, a blood thinner; and morphine for the pain.
Thousands of studies have linked hypertension in adults to heart attack, stroke, angina and peripheral artery disease.
Snyder didn’t send him to the hospital but instead treated him with amyl nitrate for angina
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ANGINA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of angina for English Language Learners
medical : a heart disease that causes brief periods of intense chest pain
medical Definition of angina
anginalplay \an-ˈjīn-ᵊl, ˈan-jən-\ adjective
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