- Why are vegetarians more likely to suffer from depression than meat eaters?
- Small wireless device implanted between skin and skull helps kill cancer cells
- Will the mRNA vaccine that can cure cancer come out near soon?
- Allogeneic T-cell therapy set for landmark first approval
- Boston University denies that the new COVID strain they made has 80% fatality rate
- A new generation of virus-free CAR-T cell therapy
Painful on heart is heart disease？
Painful on heart is heart disease？Doctor: Only at 6 points can it be judged whether it is a heart disease!
Heart pain is not necessarily a heart disease, it may also be another disease.
To judge whether it is angina or not, we need to look at the scope of the pain, the accompanying symptoms, the duration, the relief method, and sometimes even a combination of checks to make an accurate judgment.
We are talking about angina pectoris, not heart pain. Heart pain is not necessarily coronary heart disease! It’s not heart disease or coronary heart disease!
Heart Pain it coronary heart disease?
The pain in the heart may indeed be coronary heart disease, but not all the pain in the heart is coronary heart disease. Most people’s heart is located on the left chest. The pain in this part is really suspected of angina, but it needs to be differentiated because the pain in this part may also be pleural disease, lung disease, nerve disease, rib disease, skin disease, Immune diseases and so on are possible, so it cannot be said that heart pain is angina or coronary heart disease.
Therefore, only part of the pain in the heart is angina, and there are other problems.
How to judge whether it is caused by coronary heart disease and angina?
1. Angina is not a pain in the corners of the heart. Angina may or may not be pain in the heart. It may also be chest pain, toothache, abdominal pain, back pain, headache, and throat tightening. It may not be pain, but suffocation, chest tightness, palpitation, shortness of breath and other symptoms. Because some people describe some symptoms inaccurately, they need other evidence to prove it.
2. If the pain is a bit of pain, it is not angina. Generally speaking, angina is a pain.
3. Angina pectoris lasts 3-15 minutes each time. If it lasts for a few seconds or tens of minutes or longer, it is generally not angina. Of course, if the above-mentioned pain exceeds 20 minutes, acute myocardial infarction must be suspected, and wave 120 should be understood.
4. Angina is mostly related to activities, and it is more prone to attacks when walking, running, going upstairs, and tired.
5. Buccal nitroglycerin can be relieved in 2-3 minutes. If nitroglycerin is swallowed, it will take ten minutes or more to relieve it. It is generally not angina or myocardial infarction has occurred.
6. The attacks of angina pectoris are all paroxysmal, and come on as soon as they say it. After relief, they are very comfortable, just like normal people.
These 6 points are the specific methods for judging angina and coronary heart disease. If we still have angina pectoris, we still recommend that the patient undergo an electrocardiogram, and even a coronary CTA or coronary angiography is needed for further diagnosis.
In short, heart pain is not necessarily a heart disease, it may be another disease.
(source:internet, reference only)