A review of all the common causes of chest pain.
Unstable angina often precedes a heart attack. Here is how to
recognize it, and how it should be treated.
Cardiac Syndrome X
Cardiac Syndrome X is a type of cardiac chest pain that can occur with
normal coronary arteries. Here is a review of this frustrating syndrome.
Restenosis - closure of a stent after it has been placed in a coronary
artery - remains the chief problem with coronary artery stents. Here
is a description of the problem, and how it is managed.
EECP to treat angina
Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP) is an effective, noninvasive,
but seldom used treatment for angina due to coronary artery disease.
Here is what you should know about it.
Chelation fails again
Sorry, folks, chelation still doesn't work.
Articles on drug coated stents