It’s a well-known fact that Chernobyl Catastrophe has left indelible mark not only in people’s memory but, unfortunately, in people’s health also. 30 years have passed since the Chernobyl disaster but we still continue to study the aftereffects and we fight with the dramatic aftermaths also. The worst thing is that even our future generations will be concerned with the problems that we had then and have now.
A lot of harm has been done to our organism, but in this particular article we would l...
As for the term heart disease it's usually used to illustrate a variety of diseases that influence a person's heart. Such diseases, as for example, heart imperfections a person born with, coronary artery disease and other diseases of blood vessels, arrhythmias (problems with heart rhythm), and different heart infections are fell under the definition of heart disease.
The definition "heart disease" is regularly used alternately with "cardiovascular disease." Note that cardiovascular disease us...
Nowadays more and more people suffer from aortic stenosis. Continue reading “Percutaneous Aortic Valve Replacement” »
If you have any heart valve disease, your heart starts working less efficiently because blood can't flow through the heart well enough, and as a result there's additional strain in your heart. So, people with heart disease often suffer from exhaustion, breathlessness, pain in chest and swollen ankles. With the help of heart valve surgery you'll be able to do away with or get better mentioned above symptoms because it treats leaking or narrowed valves.
With the help of heart valve surgery you'...
Actually, very often people who are having MVP (mitral valve prolapse), don't notice any symptoms. However, a great number of people suffer from such symptoms as, for example:
stroke (though it's, in fact, very uncommon)
As well, a great number of people complain that they have fatigue, though doctors can't understand its reasons. Moreover, people who have mitral valve prolapse sometimes f...
The mitral valve has two leaflets and is located between the left atrium and left ventricle of the heart. Continue reading “Mitral Valve Regurgitation” »