Angina pectoris / frequenzabhaengigem

English translation: see below

07:19 Aug 20, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
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German term or phrase: Angina pectoris / frequenzabhaengigem
I am having trouble with the full sentence, but the main problems are the terms above - the sentence describes acute coronary syndrome, ie '3.Rezidiv einer spontanen nitrapositiven Angina pectoris mit passageren anteroseptalen Repolarisationsstoerungen und frequenzabhaengigem Linksschenkelblock' Thanks for any help.
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English translation:see below
Explanation:
'3.Rezidiv einer spontanen nitrapositiven Angina pectoris mit passageren anteroseptalen Repolarisationsstoerungen und frequenzabhaengigem Linksschenkelblock'

passager = transitory [Bunjes]
anteroseptal = anteroseptal
cf. the following URL, among many others:
www.infarctcombat.org/ilvi-3/ecg.html

Repolarisation = repolarization [Bunjes]
Repolarisationsstoerungen = repolarization disorder (maybe dysfunction)
frequenzabhängig = frequency-dependent
Linksschenkelblock = left bundle-branch (heart) block [Bunjes, Pschyrembel – it’s an EKG term]
nitrapositive – quick Google search didn’t show anything on nitrapositive or nitropositive, but you may be able to find s.th. on terms like nitrogen-positive or s.th. like that – after all, many heart patients do carry nitrogen tablets

basically it’s a recurring, spontaneous [nitrapositive ?] angina pectoris with repolarization disorders and a frequency-dependend left bundle-branch

And here’s an explanation of Linksschenkelblock [Pschyrembel, Klinisch-Therapeutisches Wörterbuch]

Links|schenkel|block: Form der intraventrikulären Erregungsleitungsstörungen* mit Blockierung im li. Tawara-Schenkel od. weiter distal in beiden Faszikeln des li. Tawara-Schenkels (sog. bifaszikulärer L.); als Folge wird der li. Ventrikel nach dem rechten erregt.
Urs.: z. B. Koronarinsuffizienz, Hypertonie, angeb. od. erworbene Herzfehler;
Formen: 1. kompletter L.: deformierter (M-Form) u. verbreiterter (³0,12 s) QRS-Komplex, Verspätung des oberen Umschlagpunkts* u. fehlende Q-Zacke in den linkspräkordialen Ableitungen (V5, V6), Q-Zacke in V1 sowie sek. Repolarisationsstörungen; evtl. paradoxe Spaltung des 2. Herztons (s. Herztöne); 2. inkompletter L.: syn. Linksverspätung*. Vgl. Hemiblock, Schenkelblock.

Copyright ©1999 Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG


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Angina pectoris is the same in English. The other term means


Explanation:
"frequency-dependent".

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see below


Explanation:
'3.Rezidiv einer spontanen nitrapositiven Angina pectoris mit passageren anteroseptalen Repolarisationsstoerungen und frequenzabhaengigem Linksschenkelblock'

passager = transitory [Bunjes]
anteroseptal = anteroseptal
cf. the following URL, among many others:
www.infarctcombat.org/ilvi-3/ecg.html

Repolarisation = repolarization [Bunjes]
Repolarisationsstoerungen = repolarization disorder (maybe dysfunction)
frequenzabhängig = frequency-dependent
Linksschenkelblock = left bundle-branch (heart) block [Bunjes, Pschyrembel – it’s an EKG term]
nitrapositive – quick Google search didn’t show anything on nitrapositive or nitropositive, but you may be able to find s.th. on terms like nitrogen-positive or s.th. like that – after all, many heart patients do carry nitrogen tablets

basically it’s a recurring, spontaneous [nitrapositive ?] angina pectoris with repolarization disorders and a frequency-dependend left bundle-branch

And here’s an explanation of Linksschenkelblock [Pschyrembel, Klinisch-Therapeutisches Wörterbuch]

Links|schenkel|block: Form der intraventrikulären Erregungsleitungsstörungen* mit Blockierung im li. Tawara-Schenkel od. weiter distal in beiden Faszikeln des li. Tawara-Schenkels (sog. bifaszikulärer L.); als Folge wird der li. Ventrikel nach dem rechten erregt.
Urs.: z. B. Koronarinsuffizienz, Hypertonie, angeb. od. erworbene Herzfehler;
Formen: 1. kompletter L.: deformierter (M-Form) u. verbreiterter (³0,12 s) QRS-Komplex, Verspätung des oberen Umschlagpunkts* u. fehlende Q-Zacke in den linkspräkordialen Ableitungen (V5, V6), Q-Zacke in V1 sowie sek. Repolarisationsstörungen; evtl. paradoxe Spaltung des 2. Herztons (s. Herztöne); 2. inkompletter L.: syn. Linksverspätung*. Vgl. Hemiblock, Schenkelblock.

Copyright ©1999 Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG


HTH!


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