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Pain In Chest After Cardiac Ablation



Chest pain - wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Chest pain may be a symptom of a number of serious conditions and is, in general, considered a medical emergency. even though it may be determined that the pain is[...]


Chest pain following ablation - heart disease - medhelp


Hi all. i had an ablation 4 weeks ago and since that time i have been experiencing chest tightness, pressure, and sharp pains in the heart. i am seeing my doctor on a[...]


Non-cardiac chest pain | acg patients


Patients suffering from chest pain must have thorough cardiac evaluations to ensure they do not have heart disease prior to being labeled as having nccp.[...]


Detection of cardiac troponin i early after onset of chest


Patient 2. a 73-year-old man presented with chest pain for 1.5 h and no other cardiac symptoms. he had experienced a myocardial infarction within the[...]


Chest pain in children and teenagers | the children's


A variety of factors can cause a child or teenager to feel chest pain. in most cases, chest pain in children and teenagers is not caused by a heart problem.[...]


Chest pain: get the facts about causes of this symptom


Read about causes of chest pain including angina, heart attack, shingles, pneumonia, pulmonary embolism, pericarditis, gerd, pleurisy, broken ribs, bruised ribs[...]


Problems after cardiac ablation - part 1 of 2 - heart


I was diagnosed with atrial fib. in march 2010. i was referred to an electro. doc who said it was best to have an ablation. so in april 2010 i had my first ablation.[...]


Steps to Help Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is responsible for almost 1 million deaths annually in the United States, half of which are women. The good news is that many of the risk factors that lead to heart disease – obesity, smoking and a sedentary lifestyle, to name just a few – can be [...]



Can Your Diet Clear Up Acne Breakouts?

Conventional wisdom used to say that your diet (eating chocolate or greasy foods) would result in an unwanted acne breakout. Later skin professionals and dermatologists learned that there is no proven scientific connection between acne and food. But does what you eat really have a direct influence on the status of your face?



Back Pain Relief

A common problem with many adults is back pain.  Many of us experience back pain caused by our daily routines such as when we spend too much time sitting while at work, or when we drive for a long period of time.  Lifting heavy furnitures while cleaning up at home, working in the garden, or [...]




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