Referring to a group of conditions, Acute Coronary Syndrome is when there is sudden blockage in the blood supply to the heart. Usually referred to as a heart attack, Acute Coronary Syndrome is caused by plaque buildup in the arteries which causes difficulty in the blood flow. The symptoms of Acute Coronary Syndrome mimic those of a heart attack which include chest pain, sudden sweating, and nausea. High blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and smoking are all risk factors for Acute Coronary Syndrome. Treatments for Acute Coronary Syndrome include Aspirin, Thrombolytics, and sometimes surgery.
Acute Coronary Syndrome Bioinformatics Tool
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