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Vasospastic Angina: Diagnosis

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Vasospastic Angina: Diagnosis by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Ischemic Heart Disease.


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    1. History of cocaine use, ST-elevation at rest, negative cardiac enzymes, young age
    2. ST-elevation on exertion, negative cardiac enzymes, pain lasts approximately 30 minutes
    3. Positive cardiac enzymes, ST-depression on exertion, history of smoking
    4. History of cocaine use, positive cardiac enzymes, ST-elevation, young age
    5. ST-elevation at rest, positive cardiac enzymes, pain lasts approximately 30 minutes
    1. Metoprolol
    2. Diltiazem
    3. Enalapril
    4. Spirinolactone
    5. Furosemide
    1. Induction of vasospasm during angiography
    2. Narrowing of arteries evidenced by echocardiography
    3. ST-elevation on ECG
    4. Symptom resolution with nitrate administration
    5. Positive troponin I
    1. Calcium channel blockers and nitrates
    2. Aspirin and beta blockers
    3. Calcium channel blockers and beta blockers
    4. Nitrates and ACE inhibitors
    5. ACE inhibitors and statins
    1. Rho kinase inhibitor
    2. Alpha-adrenergic blockade
    3. COX-2 inhibitors
    4. Loop diuretics
    5. Isosorbide mononitrate

    Author of lecture Vasospastic Angina: Diagnosis

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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