20 days ago, I went back to my hometown after rescuing my myocardial infarction. On the way, I did two coronary angiography. The second time, I checked the coronary arteriosclerosis stenosis and went home after 40-50% of the patients were discharged. It was OK a few days ago. I felt stuffy in my chest and suffered from breathing these two days. I don't know if it's cardiac ischemia, especially when I have difficulty breathing and cough at night.
From your current pathological results, it is considered that there is myocardial infarction and malignant arrhythmia ventricular fibrillation, but there is no serious stenosis on angiography. At present, 40 ~ 50% of the stenosis indicates that there is still coronary heart disease. At present, but there are malignant arrhythmias, it is best to consider using balloon to dilate the coronary artery. If you have difficulty breathing at present, you can consider doing a cardiac color Doppler ultrasound to see the condition of cardiac insufficiency. If myocardial infarction is treated in time, it will not affect the life span, but it should be treated systematically and formally.
At that time, you were actively rescued because of myocardial infarction. Considering the large area of myocardial damage, you should pay attention to two possibilities for chest tightness. First, you should check the color Doppler ultrasound to see whether there are problems in the current structure and function of the heart and whether there is cardiac insufficiency due to myocardial infarction. Second, if the color Doppler ultrasound return of cardiac function is normal, you should pay attention to oral tegrilol, which may also have symptoms of chest tightness.
This situation is characterized by myocardial ischemia, hypoxia, chest tightness and dyspnea. Nitroglycerin drugs can be used with vasodilators for treatment. At ordinary times, we should pay attention to actively stabilize blood pressure and avoid overwork and excitement.