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Does Anyone Know What ATHSCL Heart Disease Of Native Coronary Artery W/O ANG PCTRS Is? Thanks For Any Help I Can Get.

Does Anyone Know What ATHSCL Heart Disease Of Native Coronary Artery W/O ANG PCTRS Is? Thanks For Any Help I Can Get.

posted September 7
A MyHeartDiseaseTeam Member

"Atherosclerotic heart disease of native coronary artery without > "angina pectoris" < See Below** is in fact all the abbreviation...
Define angina:
( " https://www.heart.org › en › health-topics › heart-attack › angina-chest-pain › angina-pectoris-stable-angina
Angina Pectoris (Stable Angina) | American Heart Association
Angina pectoris is the medical term for chest pain or discomfort due to coronary heart disease . It occurs when the heart muscle doesn't get as much blood as it needs. This usually happens because one or more of the heart's arteries is narrowed or blocked, also called ischemia. Angina usually causes uncomfortable pressure, fullness, squeezing ...
Unstable AnginaMicrovascular AnginaAngina in Women Can Be Different Than MenPrinzmetal (Variant) AnginaCardiac Rehabilitation Angina Log" ) defined by the American Heart Association web site at
www heart.org

The drug is used to reduce the effects of "Heart Failure", which very simply put is build up of water Caused By some form of Inefficiency in the circulation of the blood which filters waste (through the kidneys) and if the heart isn't pumping quite as efficient as it should the waste water actually begins to back up in the feet and legs eventually the thoracic cavity in the later most years of life... are you taking any medications beside this one? make sure you doctor (s) know very well what you take to keep interactions from happening. They used to call it Congestive Heart Failure years ago, I personally think saying Heart failure to the patient or family might be enough to push em over the edge, when they now realize its a longer drawn out process and folks can live many fruitful years being monitored and taking medication to help manage the issue

posted September 9 (edited)
A MyHeartDiseaseTeam Member

No doctor here but it sounds like coronary artery disease/arthersclerosis/buildup in the coronary arteries without any chest pain (angina pectoris)

posted September 7
A MyHeartDiseaseTeam Member

Entresto has helped me tremendously. My EF was 25 % and in brought it up to 45%..,I was more than 🙏 grateful. I am also on correg. Not on anything else except those two. Wishing you the best.
Blessings
Denise

posted September 17
A MyHeartDiseaseTeam Member

Thank you. Last year I had 2 bypasses, my mitral valve replaced, and my tricuspid valves repaired. I saw the said diagnosis from Medicare after my last echo. My Dr.put me on a new medication, Enteresto. Is anyone on that med? I’m wondering if it’s helpful and perhaps the reason you’re taking it.
Thanks everyone. Enjoy the day.

posted September 8

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