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Angina

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Abstract

Stable angina is defined as short duration chest and/or arm discomfort that shows no change in the past 60 days in frequency, duration, or precipitating causes. Most often pain duration is less than 10 minutes, and rarely up to 15 minutes; the mild-to-moderate discomfort is relieved within 1 to 10 minutes by cessation of the precipitating activity or use of sublingual nitroglycerin.

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Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Left Anterior Descend Calcium Antagonist Unstable Angina Stable Angina 
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