*Angina Pectoris Signs and Symptoms
Can occur anywhere in chest; commonly retrosternal.
Pain may radiate to the back, arms (left most common), shoulder, neck or jaw.
Described as pressure, tightness or burning sensation
Often precipitated by physical exertion or stress
Maybe associated with:
SOB, weakness, anxiety, diaphoresis, N/V, dizziness or numbness in upper extremities