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Srce i krvni sudovi
2016, vol. 35, br. 1, str. 10-14
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: prikaz slučaja
doi:10.5937/siks1601010T


Stable coronary artery disease: Clinical case analysis according to ESC and ACC/AHA guidelines (ESC 2013, ACC/AHA 2012 and focused update 2014)
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
aClinical Centre of Serbia, Cardiology Clinic, Belgrade + Belgrade University, School of Medicine, Belgrade
bClinical Centre of Serbia, Cardiology Clinic, Belgrade

e-adresa: jstepanovic@open.telekom.rs

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Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment of coronary artery disease is one of the greatest challenges in modern cardiology. Despite major breakthrough in non-invasive and invasive diagnostic procedure and modern treatment options, CAD still has high morbidity and mortality. Since there is no solid evidence to show the advantages of the invasive treatment compared to OMT, it is necessary to have an individual approach for each patient. Studies such as COURAGE I and II, CASS and the study of Myers et al., as well as our patient from the case report showed that besides the test results prognostic parameters of the test, especially functional capacity (expressed through MET), Duke treadmill score, achieved target heart rate and heart rate recovery have great importance. These studies also suggest that regardless of the therapeutic mode (medical or invasive therapy), risk factors control and lifestyle modifications are the first and necessary steps when treating these patients and highlight the importance of primary and secondary prevention of coronary artery disease.

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