Pain In Left Side Of Chest Treatment

Chest pain on the left part can often radiate to your back, upper abdomen or to the neck and may last for some moment or may happen on and off for prolonged time. Individuals who suffered heart attack are recommended drugs such as beta blockers, anticoagulants, ACE inhibitors and antiplatelet in addition to procedures like angioplasty and coronary artery bypass grafting. Inflammation of your heart muscles can cause chest pain followed by fever, fatigue and difficulty in breathing.

Chest pain on the left part can often radiate to your back, upper abdomen or to the neck and may last for some moment or may happen on and off for prolonged time. Individuals who suffered heart attack are recommended drugs such as beta blockers, anti ... More

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Heart Palpitation

My heart beat is 92-102 per min while laying down. I am feeling nervous because of this and its making me more sick. My left hand is also aching and also the left side back(not in the middle, though) is aching. I fear if this is any warning?

Right arm in pain after angioplasty

I had my angioplasty on 14th Feb and it is done through my right arm.My right arm still having pain and I cannot stretch my hand.I took pain killer but pain is still there.Please help me with this.

Plz explain my cardio diagnosis report

35Yrs,Male,175cm,82Kg Treadmill Stress Test Protocol:BRUCE Test for:Ischemia Evaluation Termination:THR WITH GOOD METS Duke Treadmill Score:6 Risk category:Low 5Yrs Survival:95.5% Avrg Annual Mortality:0.9% Impression: Baseline ECG:Sinus Rhythm Good effort Tolerance(Walked for 9:30Mins and 11.7 METS achieved) Test stopped as patient achieved THR with good METS Adequate HR/BP response(MPR: 185bpm and THR: 157bpm) Patient achieved 93% of MPR No Angina/ARRHYTHMIA >1mm slow upsloping ST depression noted in inferolateral leads at peak exercise which reverted to baseline within 1Min of recovery. IMP:TMT POSITIVE FOR INDUCIBLE ISCHEMIA.(To be correlated clinically) Max HR:173 bpm 93%of max predicted 185bpm HR at rest:58 Max BP:162/80mmHg BP at rest:120/80 Max RPP:23868mmHg*bpm Max workload:11.70 METS Max ST:-1.75mm,0.00mV/s in III;EXERCISE STAGE 4 09:29 Arrhythmia:A:22,PSVC:4 Max TWA:44uV(V6);Exercise 4.29 ST/HR index:1.50uV/bpm HR reserve used:90% HR recovery:47bpm Freq.VE recovery:0VE/min

Cholesterol reduction

My age is 35 years and my LDL is around 161 whereas HDL is 41... I have strated exercise, control food that increase LDL/reduce HDL. I read that omega 3 acid consumption is important and i dont eat fish. Can i consume omega 3 capsules available in shops (amway o healthcart) or can you suggest any good capsule and safe dosages?

TMT positive

He is diabetic and has hypertension..He u nderwent CABG one year ago..where he was infected and again had resuturing...He does not have any problem after that...Is it possible to have blockage again...what shall I do??

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