Ischemic Heart disease
|Probability of getting 1 Question from this chapter||82%|
|Ease of Revision||7.3 / 10|
This is such a commonly encountered clinical topic, that it should be easy to remember the standard clinical stuff that can be asked.
Probably you can score 4 marks.
The questions have focused on 3 aspects of IHD
- Clinical findings
- Treatment methods and drugs
Not much has been asked about Risk factors or prevention
- Combination of antianginal drugs that should be avoided
- Wellen’s syndrome
- What is the dose of streptokinase used in thrombolytic therapy of MI?
- What is the mechanism of action of Ranolazine?
- Dressler syndrome
- Stable angina
- ECG findings – acute myocardial infarction
- Rose questionnaire
- MC arrhythmia after reperfusion of an occluded coronary artery by fibrinolytic therapy
- Drug-eluting stents used in PCI
- Contraindications for the use of fibrinolytic agents
- Prinzmetal (variant) angina
- Differential diagnosis of ST-segment elevation:
- Cardiac Biomarkers
- Named signs in IHD (Levine’s, Mayne’s )
- Characteristic features of stable angina
- Plasminogen activators