Listing of Impairments – Social Security benefits for Ischemic Heart Disease | Bradenton Social Security Disability Lawyer

Do you have ischemic heart disease? If so, you may be entitled to Social Security disability benefits.

Ischemic heart disease or myocardial ischemia is characterized by reduced blood supply to your heart muscle usually because of coronary artery disease. Symptoms can include chest pain on exertion and decreased exercise tolerance for it unstable ischemic heart disease is characterized by chest pain or other symptoms at rest.

Diagnosis is made with an electrocardiogram, blood tests, cardiac stress testing, and coronary angiogram.

Listing 4.0 for ischemic heart disease is a very medically specific listing that sets forth extensive medical criteria that you must exhibit by medical testing.

If you don’t meet this exacting medical criteria, it is helpful to have your doctor complete a cardiac residual functional capacity form that outlines your exertional and non exertional impairments so that you can establish your entitlement to Social Security disability benefits based on vocational factors.

Your attorney, or Nancy Cavey who practices Social Security disability attorney in the Tampa Bay area, can supply you with the appropriate cardiac residual functional capacity form.

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