Acute coronary syndrome is a medical term used to describe problems that occur when there isnt enough blood flow to the heart heart attack and unstable angina sudden chest pain that typically occurs when someone is at rest are two examples. Id also like to focus on 4 specific things that are of interest in clinical investigation and clinical practice 1 modern day clinical trial challenges 2 concerns about bleeding in the acute coronary syndrome population 3 difficulties with funding to support the research infrastructure and 4 implementing guideline directed therapies . Managing acute coronary syndromes in clinical practice is an essential resource for the clinician in the management of acs in addition to providing a comprehensive overview of the epidemiology and clinical presentation of acs it also guides the reader through risk assessment risk stratification diagnosis and treatment of acs. Acute coronary syndromes acs in patients presenting without persistent st segment elevation management of esc clinical practice guidelines. Overview acute coronary syndrome is a term used to describe a range of conditions associated with sudden reduced blood flow to the heart one condition under the umbrella of acute coronary syndrome is myocardial infarction heart attack when cell death results in damaged or destroyed heart tissue
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