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C/PControl Panel
C/PCopy and Paste
C/PChest Pain
C/PCharter Party (shipping)
C/PChild/Parent
C/PCritical Power
C/PCurrent/Projected
C/PCartesian-to-Polar
C/PCatch/Punch (soccer; goalie save)
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Many general pediatricians understandably are scared when a patient presents with chest pain, but most communities do not have the resources to support widespread referral nor is it warranted in most cases.
The participants described that they underestimated their risk of coronary heart disease because they did not recognise the chest pain symptom, even though they had experienced chest pain in the past.
After six months on the waiting list, he developed episodes of chest pain originating either in the epigastric region or in the left hand and radiating to the left side of the chest and the entire left arm.
"Chest pain from a heart attack can last 30 minutes--sometimes longer."
Nadeem Qamar termed this Chest Pain Unit as a gift to the people of TandoBago and its peripheries, saying those having chest pain or heart attack could approach this center for immediate first aid and intervention to save their lives.
Congratulating NICVD administration and Prof Nadeem Qamar for saving thousands of lives in entire Sindh by establishing Chest Pain Units and Satellite Centers at different cities of Sindh, she said within next two months, more CPUs would be installed at different locations.
He said the decision to establish first chest pain unit outside Ghotki was taken after learning that on average five to six patients were daily being brought to the Taluka Hospital Ghotki due to heart attacks and added that their chest unit, which would work round the clock and would be connected to NICVD Sukkur, would be helpful in saving hundreds of lives in the remote district.
The officer had complained of severe chest pain during patrolling along the LoC in the Machhil sector of Jammu and Kashmir.
Precordial catch syndrome is a common cause of chest pain in older children and young adults.
Ischemia was induced by stress testing in 14% of 231 patients with typical angina, 11% of 2140 patients with atypical chest pain, and 16% of 153 patients with no chest pain at presentation.
He said that Sindh government was focusing to improve the health care facilities at Lyari and he appreciated the role of Lyari Chest Pain unit staffers and doctors for serving the people of Lyari.
He said that even though his ECG (electrocardiography) and other cardiology pathological tests were normal, the CJP continued complaining of chest pain.