List of quality statements
Statement 1. People with features of typical or atypical angina are offered 64-slice (or above) CT coronary angiography.
Statement 2. People with stable angina are offered a short-acting nitrate and either a beta-blocker or calcium-channel blocker as first-line treatment.
Statement 3. People with stable angina are prescribed a short-acting nitrate and 1 or 2 anti-anginal drugs as necessary before revascularisation is considered.
Statement 4. People with stable angina who have had coronary angiography, have their treatment options discussed by a multidisciplinary team if there is left main stem disease, anatomically complex three-vessel disease or doubt about the best method of revascularisation.
Statement 5. People with stable angina whose symptoms have not responded to treatment are offered re-evaluation of their diagnosis and treatment.
In addition, quality standards that should also be considered when commissioning and providing a high-quality service for people with stable angina are listed in related NICE quality standards.