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. Recent evidence indicates that silent ischemia (ECG change without pain) may occur in as many as 1/3 of patients without recurrent pain. Continued evidence of ischemia post-MI suggests further myocardial jeopardy and is treated like unstable angina. Treatment with sublingual or IV nitroglycerin is usually effective.