Diagnosis and management of stable angina
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Approximately what population of patients in England have been reported to have or have had angina?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following statements below best describes stable angina?CorrectIncorrect
Which one of the following risk factors is not linked to increasing the risk of stable angina?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following statements describes the effects of smoking on coronary arteries?CorrectIncorrect
Which one of the following is important when diagnosing a patient with stable angina?CorrectIncorrect
Coronary angiography is a useful diagnostic tool to identify which one of the following?CorrectIncorrect
Which test(s) is used to diagnose and determine the best treatment to relieve the symptoms in people with suspected coronary heart disease (CHD)?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following statements best describes computerised tomography coronary angiography?CorrectIncorrect
Pharmacological management of stable angina symptom control can include which of the following agents?CorrectIncorrect
Which one of the following statements best describes optimal medical treatment given to patients with stable angina?CorrectIncorrect
Revascularisation is offered to patients who have stable angina and symptoms poorly controlled with optimal medical treatment through which one of the following strategies?CorrectIncorrect
Why are antianginal medicines considered useful in managing stable angina?CorrectIncorrect
First line treatment for stable angina includes the use of beta blockers, but if a patient is not able to tolerate beta blockers what is a suitable alternative?CorrectIncorrect
When either beta blocker or calcium channel blocker monotherapy does not control angina symptoms, which of the following agents can be added onto the management plan?CorrectIncorrect
Through which one of the following mechanisms do calcium channels exert their action in the management of stable angina?CorrectIncorrect