Clinically, acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is typically manifested by pectanginal chest pain, occasionally associated with vegetative symptoms. While STEMI requires rapid invasive coronary diagnosis and reperfusion, in NSTEMI the approach depends on the patient’s risk constellation. In addition to acute therapy, the updated ACS guidelines of the European Society of Cardiology also address medium- and long-term management.
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