Difference Between MCI Pain And CHF Pain?
What is the difference between MCI pain and CHF pain?
These two things are actually interrelated. MCI can cause CHF. Conversely, CHF can cause MCI. In essence, all the mechanisms that cause a decrease in oxygen supply to the heart muscle so that it cannot meet the metabolic needs of the heart muscle, will cause injury and death of the heart muscle. Injury and death of these muscles that will give symptoms of chest pain typical of infarction.
A person can be in a CHF condition and experience recurrent chest pain. Chest pain is said to enter the MCI if typical pain is found, ECG changes, and an increase in troponin. If a person with CHF experiences non-typical chest pain, there is no change in the ECG, and there is no increase in troponin, then the person may experience stable or unstable angina.
Both chest pain can occur similar, which is more significant during activity and less at rest. Pain such as feeling heavy and crushed in the middle of the chest, can spread to the back and left side of the body. To be able to find out whether or not chest pain is related to MCI, an ECG and troponin examination must be performed.
If you are a health practitioner and want to know the mechanism of pathophysiology in full, please refer to the textbook and cardiovascular journal. Such information from me. Regards.