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Heart bradycardia

Heart bradycardia

Bradycardia is a slowdown in heart rate, a decrease in heart rate to the level of 30-50 beats per minute.  The disease can be of several types: Relative bradycardia of the heart (occurs after physical exertion, with an increase in body temperature, infections, meningitis, injuries). This category includes the bradycardia of athletes. Absolute bradycardia (the heart always beats pathologically slowly, regardless of the circumstances). Extracardiac bradycardia (accompanying diseases of internal organs, myxedema, neurological diseases). Moderate bradycardia (diagnosed in patients with…

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Pregnant women of fertile age with cardiac anomaly

Pregnant women of fertile age with cardiac anomaly

Maintaining women of fertile age with heart defects, including pregnant women is the choice and implementation of the best medical method, ensuring the preservation of the life and health of the mother and child. Indications for hospitalization with indication of the type of hospitalization. Type of hospitalization: planned, emergency. Indications for planned admission: cardiac anomaly (CA) in pregnant women with maternal risk assessment World Health Organization (WHO) I, WHO II, WHO II-III. The term of inpatient treatment in pregnant women…

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Heart injury

Heart injury

Heart injury – damage to the heart caused by the action of a physical factor. Prevalence Peacetime injuries are quite common and make up 7-14% of the total number of chest injuries. There are: open heart injury; closed heart trauma. Open injury It is a penetrating damage with a violation of the integrity of the chest and pericardium. Etiology and pathogenesis An open trauma is mainly the result of striking a piercing-cutting weapon, but can also be observed in road…

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Myocarditis

Myocarditis

One of the necessary conditions for the normal functioning of all organs and systems of the body is a painless vital activity of the heart. Among the many diseases that affect the heart, one of the most dangerous ailments is myocarditis, accompanied by inflammation of the myocardium (cardiac muscle).  Classification  Myocarditis can be divided into primary (isolated idiopathic myocarditis) and secondary one (developing against other diseases). In regards to etiology, secondary myocarditis can be: rheumatic; infectious; allergic; on the background…

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Methods of cardiovascular disease treatment

Methods of cardiovascular disease treatment

Our heart is a powerful pump that transports blood through the body. While it is normal, its work is invisible. But when it starts failing, a person’s life is under threat.  A serious cardiovascular disease affecting every second man and every third woman in the world. Its manifestations include myocardial infarction, angina pectoris and arrhythmia. The cause is the narrowing of the coronary arteries and the appearance of plaques due to atherosclerosis. Heart attacks and strokes are usually acute diseases…

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