Depression, anxiety, and perceived stress scores were all positively correlated with increasing chest pain frequency, and the relationship was significant for depression.
Most patients with undiagnosed chest pain in primary care do not undergo cardiac diagnostic testing.
A 44-year-old man presents to his local urgent care clinic for chest pain radiating up into his neck. He states that the pain started 5 hours ago and is gradually getting worse.
hs-TnT assay has minimal impact on patients presenting to the ER with chest pain
The impact of chronic stable angina on QOL is often underappreciated and disease management remains suboptimal.
Low yield among patients presenting with acute chest pain and low clinical risk.
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