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    • The department of internal medicine, clinical pharmacology and occupational diseases, BSMU, ChernivtsiThe treatment of IHD Eugene I. Shorikov, associate prof., PhD
    • Pharmacological modification of the major determinants of myocardial O2 supply
    • The clinical presentations of ischaemic heart disease• silent ischaemia• stable angina pectoris• unstable angina• myocardial infarction(MI)• heart failure• sudden death.
    • AIMS of treatment of angina• To improve prognosis by preventing MI and sudden death• To minimize or abolish symptoms
    • Indication For Revascularization
    • Acute coronary syndrome• Patients with chest pain represent a very large proportionof all acute medical hospitalizations.• The leading symptom that initiates the diagnostic and therapeutic cascade is chest pain, but the classification of patients is based on the electrocardiogram (ECG).
    • Acute coronary syndrome• Two categories of patients may be encountered:
    • Acute coronary syndrome
    • Acute coronary syndrome
    • Acute coronary syndrome
    • Long-term management of ACSPatients with NSTE-ACS after the initial phase carry a high risk ofrecurrence of ischaemic events. Therefore, active secondary prevention isan essential element of long-term management
    • Long-term management of ACS
    • Conclusion on management ACS
    • Thank You