Canadian Journal of Cardiology

The Prevalence and Influence of Cardiac Prodromal Symptoms in Men and Women on Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) Pain Severity

      Convincing evidence identifies cardiac-related prodromal warning symptoms, experienced months to days prior to an acute cardiac event, may be predictive of pain intensity during an acute exacerbation of ACS. This study examined the prevalence and association of pre-hospital prodromal cardiac symptoms with ACS pain intensity, state and trait anxiety.
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