My father was admitted to the hospital last month, due to pain in the stomach, left hand, and shoulder. He is hypertensive from the last two years. After doing some tests, the doctor said that there might be a problem in the heart. I am attaching his reports and prescription. Please give your opinion.
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I have carefully gone through your father's reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
He has got two problems, a heart disease called coronary artery disease and gastritis.
His ECG shows abnormalities and his troponin level is also elevated, indicating a heart attack. However, the echocardiogram is grossly normal, meaning there is no significant damage done yet. The medicine that he is taking are fine, and he needs to continue the same.
He should undergo angiography and if needed stenting, to prevent heart damage. His creatinine is elevated, which indicates kidney damage, due to high blood pressure. So, blood pressure should be accurately controlled by doing the following.
For gastritis, try doing the following.
Hope this helps you and get back if you have any doubts.
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