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CLASS 1
NO PAIN WITH ORDINARY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
CLASS 2
SLIGHT LIMITATION OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY –
PAIN OCCURS WITH WALKING, CLIMBING
STAIRS,STRESS
CLASS 3
SEVERE LIMITATION OF DAILY ACTIVITY – PAIN
OCCURS ON MINIMAL EXERTION
CLASS 4
UNABLE TO CONDUCT ANY ACTIVITY WITHOUT
PAIN, PAIN AT REST
Symptoms of acute coronary
syndrome occur during activities
that increase the activity of the
heart.
Feeling
dizzy or
lightheaded
Pain or discomfort in
one or both arms, the
jaw, neck, back or
stomach
Chest pain
Shortness of breath
Sweating
Nausea
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epigastric pain
Indigestion
stabbing chest pain
chest pain with some pleuritic features
increasing dyspnoea
Atypical complaints are more often observed in
older (.75 years) patients, in women, and in
patients with diabetes, chronic renal failure, or
dementia.
Absence of chest pain leads to under-recognition
and under-treatment of the disease.
The diagnostic and therapeutic challenges arise
especially when the ECG is normal or nearly
normal, or conversely when the ECG is abnormal at
baseline due to underlying conditions such as
intraventricular conduction defects or left
ventricular (LV) hypertrophy.
Smoking
Being overweight or obese
Physical inactivity
High blood cholesterol
A family history of chest pain, heart
disease or stroke
High blood pressure
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Exercise or taking heavy stuff
After dinner
Cold or hot days
drinking wine
Emotional
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