When to contact a cardiologist

1. Cardialgia: heart pain
2. Lack of air: hewoc
3. Frequent/delayed heart attack: tachycardia-bradycardia
4. Cardiac arrest: arrhythmia
5. E.H. increased or decreased blood pressure or low blood pressure
6. Fainting
7. Blue lips: cyanosis
8. Swelling of the legs

When is coronary angiography indicated?

Only the symptoms are not yet an indication for an ODS. The main symptoms with which the patient turns to a cardiologist before undergoing these studies: pain in the post-thoracic region, which appears mainly during physical exertion, sometimes at rest, the pain may have an irradiating character (in the jaw, shoulder area, upper limb, sometimes happens elsewhere, for example. sometimes, instead of pain, the problem can manifest itself as a feeling of lack of air, shortness of breath, shortness of breath:

In this case, many risk factors in the patient are also very important: diabetes mellitus, high cholesterol detected by laboratory testing, heredity, the presence of bad habits (tobacco use, alcohol abuse, etc.):