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Stable angina is usually caused by flow-limiting partial occlusion of a coronary artery or arteries by a stable atheromatous plaque, hence the modern term ‘stable coronary artery disease’ (SCAD). Without treatment, SCAD has been associated with significant morbidity and mortality. In this resource, we look at investigations for diagnosis and some methods of management.
After completing this resource, you should be able to:
Dr Raj Thakkar, GP, Buckinghamshire
This resource is provided at advanced level by MIMS Learning. Read the article and reflect on what you have learned, then answer the test questions at the end.
Complete the resource to obtain a certificate of completion to include in your revalidation portfolio. You should record the time spent on this resource in your CPD log.
Complete the resource to obtain a certificate of completion to include in your revalidation portfolio.