Study pinpoints patients with angina risk

06/30/2009 | eMaxHealth.com

U.S. researchers using myocardial perfusion imaging during stress testing found that heart patients suffering from anxiety or clinical depression are a high-risk group for angina. "It is unclear whether these psychosocial factors are truly affecting the anginal response to ischemia or if the increased chest pain burden is causing an intensification in psychosocial distress," the study's senior author said.

View Full Article in:

eMaxHealth.com

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Health Care

Job Title Company Location
Vice President of Regulatory Affairs
Pentec Health
Boothwyn, PA
Sr Coordinator Clinical Research (US/TA/00/0073/SL) - 1400000AQX
Abbott
Santa Clara, CA
Senior Director, Biostatistics
Edwards Lifesciences
Irvine, CA
Diagnostic Technician
Roche
Marlborough, MA
Test Technician
Roche
Marlborough, MA