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An antianginal is a drug use in the treatment of angina pectoris, a symptom of ischaemic heart disease. So, medicinal agents use for relieving or preventing pathological conditions associated with coronary insufficiency and the relate ischemic heart diseases are refer to as antianginal drugs.

The main drugs use for myocardial ischema therapy and for relieving pain in angina pectoris are nitrates and nitrites, such as nitroglycerin, isosorbide dinitrate, and pentaerythritol tetranitrate, which help in lowering systemic venous and arterial pressure.

Types of angina

angina pectoris anti anginals is pain, discomfort or pressure in the chest. The most common types are chronic stable angina and unstable angina.

Chronic stable angina. Chest pain occurs when your heart is working hard enough to need more oxygen, such as during exercise. The pain can go away when you rest. The pattern of pain — how long it lasts, how often it occurs, what triggers it, and how it responds to rest or treatment — remains stable for at least two months.

Unstable angina. This is either new chest pain or a change in your usual pattern of chest pain, whether it’s worsening, lasting longer, or not being relieved by rest or medication.

Unstable angina pectoris anti anginals is dangerous and a warning sign of a heart attack. If your angina is unstable, seek urgent medical care.

Other types of angina include variant or Prinzmetal’s angina — a rare type caused by a spasm in the coronary arteries — and microvascular angina, which can be a symptom of disease in the small coronary artery blood vessels.


Angioplasty and stent placement

Angioplasty, also know as percutaneous coronary intervention, increases blood flow through a blocked artery and decreases angina.

During an angioplasty (AN-jee-o-plas-tee), your doctor threads a tiny, deflate balloon attache to special tubing up through an artery, generally in your groin, to your narrowed coronary artery. Your doctor inflates the balloon to widen the artery. He or she might then insert a small metal tube (stent) to keep the artery open.

This procedure can take 30 minutes to several hours, and you’ll probably remain in the hospital at least overnight. You can generally return to work or your normal routine soon after the angioplasty and stent procedure.

Angioplasty and stenting involve some risks, including a risk of the blockage re-forming. A stent coated with medication can help prevent this.

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