Clinical features and Diagnosis of Unstable Angina(UA) / NSTEMI with Cardiac Biomarkers in Angina

Clinical features of Unstable Angina(UA) / NSTEMI — There is chest pain in the substernal lesion or epigas­trium radiating to neck, left shoulder and left arm. There is severe discomfort or pain. Anginal equivalents like dyspnoea and epigastric dis­comfort are also frequently present. There is diaphoresis (increased sweating), pale skin, sinus tachycardia, third and fourth […]