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Coronary artery disease, or ischemic heart disease, arises from the accumulation of cholesterol deposits on artery walls, forming plaques. These plaques narrow the arteries, diminishing the heart’s oxygen-rich blood supply and potentially triggering inflammation and vessel wall stiffening.

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Symptoms and Causes

Symptoms of coronary artery disease (CAD) may go unnoticed initially, becoming more pronounced during activities that increase heart rate, like exercise. As the coronary arteries narrow, blood supply to the heart decreases, leading to more severe and frequent symptoms. Common signs and symptoms of CAD include:

  • Chest Pain (Angina): Pressure or tightness in the chest 
  • Shortness of Breath: A sensation of struggling to breathe
  • Fatigue: Insufficient blood pumping by the heart can lead to unusual tiredness.
  • Heart Attack: A completely blocked coronary artery can result in a heart attack. 

Over time, CAD can weaken the heart muscle, potentially causing heart failure. Other potential symptoms:

  • Indigestion
  • Heartburn
  • Weakness
  • Sweating
  • Nausea
  • Cramping
  • Dizziness

Factors contributing to artery damage encompass high blood pressure, diabetes, sedentary lifestyle, and tobacco use. The process, termed atherosclerosis, involves narrowing arteries due to plaque buildup, notably in the coronary arteries that supply the heart. This condition arises from a complex interplay of risk factors, including cholesterol levels, underlying health issues, and inflammation-driven plaque development.

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FAQs About Coronary Artery

Can blocked arteries be treated with medication?

Non-surgical removal of heart blockage includes medications like nitroglycerin, which helps widen the arteries and reduce pain. They are a quick way to resolve mild to moderate blockages. However, severe cases need surgical intervention by doctors. Other drugs include cholesterol, which reduces plaque buildup in the arteries obstructing the airways, like statins, bile acid sequestrants, niacin, etc.

Which treatment would most likely be used for cardiovascular disease?

Depending upon the severity of the symptoms, your doctor may prescribe a different plan for each individual. Some patients get better with medications, others may require non-surgical options like balloon angioplasty to open the constricted arteries. Surgery may be done in life-threatening conditions, i.e., bypass or heart transplant.

How often should I schedule follow-up appointments for my Coronary Artery Disease treatment?

If you have coronary artery disease and have undergone stent implantation, it is best to consider regular follow-up on your condition. Show your recent reports to your doctor at least every three months to avoid the risk of complications and uncertain conditions.

Are there any second opinions on treatment plans for Coronary Artery Disease?

A second opinion helps widen the options range that works best for you and your family to understand your condition better. You can consult our doctors at Your Doctors Online for a second opinion on your treatment plan for coronary artery disease.

How do I monitor the progress of my treatment remotely?

Treatment progress can be monitored by consulting with an online doctor at Your Doctors Online and remotely getting follow-ups of your condition. You can save your reports in the Your Doctors Online application for easier access.

What is the first-line treatment for coronary artery disease?

Coronary artery disease can be treated with medications like beta blockers, angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, calcium channel blockers, and angiotensin receptor blockers. However, the preferred option is beta blockers, which slow the heart rate, reducing the risk of an angina attack as a low heart rate demands lower oxygen levels. If this fails, other options are evaluated.

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