Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Clinical Features of Coronary Heart Disease

1. Clinical features of coronary heart disease:
Several days or weeks before the body was not powered, chest discomfort, heart beating fast when sports or move, gasping for breath, sometimes accompanied by nausea, vomiting and body secretes more sweat.

Pain conditions:
a. Chest pain, especially pain in the left upper and middle bone up into the palm of the hand. Occurrence while in a state of calm
b. Fever, body temperature is usually around 38 degrees Celsius
c. Nausea and vomiting, upper abdominal bloating and pain
d. Abnormal heartbeat
e. Low blood pressure or stroke
f. Pale face
g. Skin becomes wet and cold bodies drenched in sweat
h. Movements became sluggish (less vigor)
i. fainting
j. Energy and mind become weak, fear that there is no reason to die feeling alone.

2. The clinical features of angina pectoris:
Pain like a squeezed or depressed in the pericardium or substemum chest, possibly spreading to the arm, jaw or thorax.
On stable and unstable angina, the pain usually subsides with rest. Angina prinzmental not subside with rest but usually menhilang within 5 minutes.

3. The clinical features of the disease acute myocardial infarction:
With the onset of pain is usually sudden, often in describing crushing and fracture properties.
Occurred nausea and vomiting that may be associated with severe pain. Limp feeling associated with decreased blood flow to skeletal muscle. Skin cold, pale due to sympathetic vasoconstriction. Reduction in urine is reduced due to decreased renal blood flow and penignkatan aldosterone and ADH. Tachycardia due to increased sympathetic stimulation of the heart. Mental state with a very anxious state of feeling close to death, associated with the release of stress hormones and ADH (vasopressin)


  1. great posting bro but my english is bad i don't understant about that

  2. So hard to believe that the fact shown many of men got this problem instead of women.

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