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The report reviews pipeline therapeutics for Acute Coronary Syndrome by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources
However, only 15 to 25% are found to have acute coronary syndrome (ACS) after diagnostic workup2.
With our study we infer that hypertension and fasting hyperglycemia are the most prevalent components of metabolic syndrome in patients of acute coronary syndrome low HDL level was the least frequent one this was in similarity of studies done by Amowitz et al.
As mentioned in the study, we aimed to provide additional information to the literature about acute coronary syndromes of young patients which is quite limited.
By delivering quicker assessments and timely and appropriate treatment in the right setting, outcomes for patients with acute coronary syndrome will be improved.
Future studies should focus on identifying the reasons that women appear less likely than men to accept physician-recommended tests and treatments for acute coronary syndrome.
Acute coronary syndrome was diagnosed in roughly 3% of patients in each study arm, and invasive coronary angiography was performed in 5%.
The study's authors noted the higher risk of acute coronary syndrome linked to smoking decreases days after smoking cessation and is lowered by 50 percent at one year.
Chest pain is still the most common sign of a heart attack for most women, although studies have shown that women are more likely than men to have symptoms other than chest pain or discomfort when experiencing a heart attack or other form of acute coronary syndrome (ACS), according to an article "Symptom Presentation of Women With Acute Coronary Syndromes — Myth vs.
Non-ST elevation (NSTE) acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is a common cardiovascular diagnosis and includes a range of presentations with myocardial ischemia from unstable angina (UA) to NSTE acute myocardial infarction (AMI).
Both social isolation and depression hampered health behaviors in a study of 492 patients who had acute coronary syndrome events, Dr.

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