Taggart D. Tailor treatment to the patient in stable angina. Practitioner 2011; 255 (1744):25-28

Tailor treatment to the patient in stable angina

19 Oct 2011Pais-up subscribers

Stable angina is a chronic condition which may persist for years. It affects a significant proportion of the population, and is more common with advancing age. According to the 2006 Health Survey for England, angina affects 8% of men and 3% of women aged 55-64 increasing to 14% and 8% respectively for men and women aged 65-74. Symptoms of angina can be alarming and distressing and it is therefore important that patients understand the underlying problem and what therapies are available to improve or abolish their symptoms.

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