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UA

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for UKRAINE.

UA

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Ukraine. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Ukrainian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Ukraine. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Ukraine . Each Ukrainian oblast and several other subdivisions have their own codes with the prefix "UA." For example, the code for the City of Kiev is ISO 3166-2:UA-30.
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ABSORB IV is the first randomized heart stent trial to prospectively measure angina as a primary endpoint at one year.
Lifestyle changes, an angina attack is an early warning sign, so to prevent it getting worse: Stop smoking, lose weight and eat more oily fish, fruit and veg Start exercising gradually, make sure you control your blood pressure Watch your cholesterol, (under 5mmmol/l is best) With these changes and treatment from your GP, you should be able to get back to normal life
If they have angina medication, such as tablets or a pump-action or aerosol spray, let them administer it or help them to take it.
It means that up to 300 patients a year who have had to travel to Leeds for specialist angina tests can now have them closer to home.
Angina can be treated successfully with drugs that slow the heart rate and increase the blood flow to the heart.
They found that women over the age of 60 with CCS Class IV angina (as defined by the Canadian Cardiovascular Society) faced a 21 percent higher absolute risk of developing CAD than men.
The severe chest pain of angina occurs when the heart muscle is deprived of blood and therefore oxygen.
Refractory angina is a painful and debilitating condition that occurs when the coronary arteries deliver an inadequate supply of blood to the heart muscle.
Southeast Asia was the only region that did not show an excess of angina cases among women.
As reported on a short version of the World Health Organization's rose Angina Questionnaire, angina symptoms in men and women in their 40s were a major risk factor for premature death due to coronary heart disease (CHD).
SAN FRANCISCO -- Angina pectoris was associated with an approximately 50% increased risk for Alzheimer's disease or dementia within 15 years in a longitudinal study of 20,146 Swedish twins.
To the Editor: A 56-year-old male health technician presented with fatigue and unstable angina pectoris.