Diet relationship to CAD is complex; patients should maintain a diet low in saturated and trans fats, low in sodium, and high in fiber.
Education on diet, exercise, smoking cessation, and lifestyle modification. It is safe to resume exercise, sexual activity within 2 weeks in asymptomatic patients after outpatient reevaluation.
UA/NSTEMI patients have lower in-hospital mortality than those with STEMI but a similar or worse long-term outcome.
Cardiogenic shock, heart failure, mitral regurgitation, ventricular aneurysm, dysrhythmia, acute pulmonary embolism, acute thromboembolic stroke, pericarditis/Dressler syndrome, depression (increases mortality risk)
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