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Heart Heparin in unstable angina

is heparin indicated for unstable angina or is it only given for Non-STEMI? and if yes does it provide mortality benefit?
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heparin is indicated if you have TIMI score 2-3 or more.
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I don't know about the TIMI score but heparin is indicated for both unstable angina and NSTEMI as they have a mortality benefit. I think, if it doesn't have a mortality benefit they wouldn't give it.
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I don't know about the TIMI score but heparin is indicated for both unstable angina and NSTEMI as they have a mortality benefit. I think, if it doesn't have a mortality benefit they wouldn't give it.
I suggest u google timi score. They mention it in uworld also.
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I suggest u google timi score. They mention it in uworld also.
Oh they mentioned it in UWorld? I guess I will have to revise UWorld again. Thanks!!
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