Angina pectoris

Angina pectoris (angina pectoris) is a disease characterized by bouts of severe pain and a feeling of compression behind the sternum or in the heart. The immediate cause of an attack of angina pectoris is a decrease

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Angina pectoris (angina pectoris) is a disease characterized by bouts of severe pain and a feeling of compression behind the sternum or in the heart. The immediate cause of an attack of angina pectoris is a decrease

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VARIETIES OF ANGENICA

There are several options for angina pectoris: Angina voltage                Stable angina pectoris , which includes 4 functional classes, depending on the load.                Unstable angina, stability or unstable angina is determined by the presence or absence of a relationship between the load

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There are several options for angina pectoris: Angina voltage                Stable angina pectoris , which includes 4 functional classes, depending on the load.                Unstable angina, stability or unstable angina is determined by the presence or absence of a relationship between the load

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TREATMENT OF CHD AND ANGENICA.

Aorto-coronary artery bypass grafting. Aorto-coronary bypass surgery is an surgical intervention performed to restore the blood supply to the myocardium below the site of atherosclerotic narrowing of the vessel. This creates a different path for blood flow

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Aorto-coronary artery bypass grafting. Aorto-coronary bypass surgery is an surgical intervention performed to restore the blood supply to the myocardium below the site of atherosclerotic narrowing of the vessel. This creates a different path for blood flow

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MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

Myocardial infarction (MI ) is a focal necrosis (necrosis) of the heart muscle (myocardium), caused by a more or less prolonged cessation of blood access to the myocardium. The basis of this process is impaired patency of one

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Myocardial infarction (MI ) is a focal necrosis (necrosis) of the heart muscle (myocardium), caused by a more or less prolonged cessation of blood access to the myocardium. The basis of this process is impaired patency of one

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TREATMENT OF THE ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION.

Treatment is carried out in a hospital under monitor supervision. You need a state of rest, small movements, mandatory relief of pain.                     You can warm the heart, warm tea, hold vodka or brandy, analgin, painkillers in your mouth . Combine morphine , Promedol , etc. iv with small doses of Atropine 0.3-0.5ml with antihistamines. Talamanal 1

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Treatment is carried out in a hospital under monitor supervision. You need a state of rest, small movements, mandatory relief of pain.                     You can warm the heart, warm tea, hold vodka or brandy, analgin, painkillers in your mouth . Combine morphine , Promedol , etc. iv with small doses of Atropine 0.3-0.5ml with antihistamines. Talamanal 1

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HEART FAILURE

Chronic heart failure is one of the most common complications of diseases of the cardiovascular system. Any heart disease leads to a decrease in the ability of the heart to provide the body with a sufficient flow

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Chronic heart failure is one of the most common complications of diseases of the cardiovascular system. Any heart disease leads to a decrease in the ability of the heart to provide the body with a sufficient flow

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Typical symptoms of heart failure

1) Shortness of breath appears , especially at night when lying down. This is a consequence of stagnation of blood in the lungs. 2) Due to stagnation of blood in a large circle of blood circulation, the patient’s arms and legs freeze, swelling appears . At

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1) Shortness of breath appears , especially at night when lying down. This is a consequence of stagnation of blood in the lungs. 2) Due to stagnation of blood in a large circle of blood circulation, the patient’s arms and legs freeze, swelling appears . At

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Cardiosclerosis

Cardiosclerosis (from Greek kardia – heart and skleros – hard, hard) – a disease based on the development of connective (scar) tissue in the heart muscle resulting from inflammation or insufficient blood supply to the heart muscle. Scar tissue replaces the

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Cardiosclerosis (from Greek kardia – heart and skleros – hard, hard) – a disease based on the development of connective (scar) tissue in the heart muscle resulting from inflammation or insufficient blood supply to the heart muscle. Scar tissue replaces the

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MYOCARDITIS

Myocarditis – inflammation of the heart muscle – myocardium (from mys – muscle and cardia – heart). Causes. The most common cause of myocarditis is rheumatism, infections and viruses, allergens. With any infectious disease, there is a chance of developing myocarditis. Types of rheumatism

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Myocarditis – inflammation of the heart muscle – myocardium (from mys – muscle and cardia – heart). Causes. The most common cause of myocarditis is rheumatism, infections and viruses, allergens. With any infectious disease, there is a chance of developing myocarditis. Types of rheumatism

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FAULTS OF THE HEART

Heart defects are heart diseases associated with a violation of its functions as a result of lesions (deformation) of the heart valves or narrowings (stenosis) of the holes covered by the valves. Often in the same patient, deformation of the valves

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Heart defects are heart diseases associated with a violation of its functions as a result of lesions (deformation) of the heart valves or narrowings (stenosis) of the holes covered by the valves. Often in the same patient, deformation of the valves

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