Angina Blogs

Airport Angina: What You Need to Know

by Dr. Stephen Sinatra
Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

“Airport angina” is a phrase coined to describe heart symptoms of ischemia (lack of oxygen to the heart) provoked by hauling and lifting luggage.  Here's how to keep it from tripping you up.

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Cardiology Terminology: Airport Angina

by Dr. Stephen Sinatra
Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

Essentially, “airport angina” is a phrase coined to describe heart symptoms of ischemia (lack of oxygen to the heart) that are provoked by hauling and lifting luggage. And getting angina when you’re far from home is always an unsettling experience.

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What is an Angina Attack?

by Dr. Stephen Sinatra
Last Reviewed 03/28/2014

Learn more about angina attack, how it differs from a heart attack, and what to do when experiencing the symptoms of an anginal episode to promote heart health.

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Filed Under: Heart Health