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Unlike typical angina – which is often triggered by exertion or emotional stress - Prinzmetal’s angina almost always occurs when a person is at rest, usually between midnight and early morning. These attacks can be very painful. This doesn't sound like our patient, which is likely...Read More

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The response is the most common intervention to tell the patient. Nitro may cause headaches, however the question asks what is NOT relevant to tell the patient.

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It could be variant or unstable angina. Unstable Angina is Angina that occurs at rest. This is attributed to blocking of 90% of the lumen. The same can happen with Variant, where the patient has a vasospasm which occludes the coronary artery lumen leading to ischemia. The only way to real...Read More

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