Inferior ischemia is a condition that affects the inferior myocardial wall, which is caused by the occlusion of the coronary artery. This condition is characterized by poor blood flow, or lack of blood flow, to the heart muscle.
The reduction of blood flow to the heart muscle results to a poor supply of oxygen. Also called myocardial ischemia or cardiac ischemia, inferior ischemia can lead to serious unusual heart rhythms in patients, as stated by the Mayo Clinic. The treatment for this condition is usually focused on improving the flow of blood. A person may get medications, such as beta blockers, aspirin or ranolazine, among others, to treat the condition. If medication fails, other medical procedures or surgery may be recommended.