Keywords: clinical manifestations of coronary heart disease

        Coronary heart disease is clinically manifested as angina, myocardial infarction, arrhythmias, heart failure and sudden death.

        Performance of typical angina: occur in the following paragraph in the sternum, unbearable tightness, pressure or tightness, for 3 to 5 minutes, often refers to the radiation to the left arm and left hand, you should nitroglycerin, 3-5 minutes after remission. It must be stressed, nitroglycerin only sublingual, otherwise the role of slow. Such as 10 to 20 minutes can not be relieved, should be alert to the occurrence of acute myocardial infarction.

        If angina to extend the duration of more than 30 minutes, the patient sweating, pale, restless sense of impending doom, containing nitroglycerin can not ease the signs of acute myocardial infarction occurring.

        Conscious patients with palpitations, faster pulse, slow or uneven is arrhythmia performance.

        Difficulty breathing, increased heart rate, lower extremity edema and other symptoms appear, indicating that patients may occur with heart failure.

        Above the majority of cardiac emergencies, should be approaching the hospital, looking for a specialist consultation.