Stable angina is the ischemic chest pain that a patient gets early in the development of their coronary lesions – they get the pain under stable, predictable conditions, like climbing a flight of stairs. Unstable angina is the pain the patients get as the coronary lesions get tighter. This angina can strike spontaneously, without any exertion, and represents worsening CAD.
Now – which kind of EKG changes are you going to see in episodes like this?
This kind? What is this kind?
How about this kind? Which is this? Is your treatment going to be the same for these two? Different?