Review: Chronic Stable Angina
Posted by Clark Venable on 6/17/2005The NEJM has a very nice review article titled Chronic Stable Angina.
"It is useful to classify therapeutic drugs into two categories: antianginal (anti-ischemic) agents and vasculoprotective agents. Although medications for angina are widely used, therapy to slow the progression of coronary artery disease, to induce the stabilization of plaque, or to do both is a newer concept and these forms of treatment are underprescribed."
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