chest pain

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Noun1.chest pain - pain in the chest
hurting, pain - a symptom of some physical hurt or disorder; "the patient developed severe pain and distension"
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chest pain

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A PS5 blood test which identifies whether people with chest pains are at risk of a heart attack could improve treatment at A&E departments, researchers claim.
Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon needs to rest until Monday, even as he is set to be released from hospital on Thursday after complaining of chest pains.
The inquest, attended by family members, was told Mr Milton had visited a doctor days before his death complaining of chest pains, and been told these were probably the result of muscular strain.
Cathy Ross, senior cardiac nurse at the British Heart Foundation, said a heart attack did not necessarily mean dramatic and excruciating chest pains.
This season he has been plagued with knee, back and ear problems and three weeks ago suffered a scare when he woke up with chest pains on the day Albion lost to Norwich in the FA Cup.
Summary: Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, has been admitted to hospital for scans after complaining of chest pains.
A survey of more than 2,000 adults by the British Heart Foundation reveals today that a third of women experiencing unusual chest pains avoid calling 999 for fear of feeling silly.
The BHF study found that 35% of women wouldn't call 999 if they were experiencing unusual chest pains for fear of being embarrassed if it turned out not to be serious.
"Chest Pains" is the story of the broken dreams and aspirations of Gordon Clay.
As it launched a hard-hitting campaign, the charity urged people suffering chest pains - the first sign of a heart attack - to seek help.
Lives are being lost unnecessarily because people do not call for emergency help when they suffer chest pains, perhaps because of British stoicism.
Reader: Three years ago I began having chest pains during my brisk walks.