Angina is linked with abnormal heart blood flow in patients with female-pattern heart disease

Chest pain in female-pattern heart disease is linked with abnormal heart blood flow, demonstrated with a drug commonly used to alleviate chest pain patients with coronary artery disease, which was found to be ineffective in patients with moderate female-pattern heart disease, but may offer some relief for sicker patients, a new study shows. The study’s results were presented today as a late-breaking trial at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in Orlando. —> Read More