"There are certain things based on strong evidence that we should be doing to take the best care of our patients. The challenge as a physician is making sure you’re meeting those with your patients while at the same time addressing all the things the patient thinks is important."
‒ Dr. James Gutierrez
Did You Know?
Women are less likely than men to feel chest pain during a heart attack, so their diagnosis often gets delayed, leading to more heart damage. Women are more likely than men to experience symptoms that aren’t “typical,” such as nausea, back and abdominal pain and aching chest pain.