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|Guidance ID||NICE 'do not do' recommendation||Interventions|
|CG126||Do not offer vitamin or fish oil supplements to treat stable angina. Inform people that there is no evidence that they help stable angina.||Vitamin or fish oil supplements|
|CG126||Do not routinely offer anti-anginal drugs other than beta blockers or calcium channel blockers as first-line treatment for stable angina.||Anti-anginal drugs|
|CG126||Do not offer a third anti-anginal drug to people whose stable angina is controlled with two anti-anginal drugs.||Anti-anginal drugs|
|CG126||Do not offer the following interventions to manage stable angina: -transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) -enhanced external counterpulsation (EECP) -acupuncture.||TENS, EECP and Acupuncture|
|CG126||Do not routinely offer drugs for the secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease to people with suspected cardiac syndrome X.||Drugs|
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