Surely at some point, you have noticed palpitations or your heart is racing, and you have worried because you do not know what it may be due to. Do not be panicked. In most cases, palpitations have no impact on our health. But it is important to know the alarm signals and, if they persist, go to the specialist in Cardiology.

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An open heart surgery in the heart treatment hospitals can always be challenging to deal with. More challenging is the path to recovery. During the recovery period the body tends to get slow due to the impact of the operation. Moreover, the recovery is not physical alone. 

 

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Heart failure is a set of symptoms and physical manifestations caused by the inability of the heart to pump adequate amounts of blood to the needs of the body, resulting in an accumulation of fluids in the lower limbs, lungs and other tissues.

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Bridging, heart valve, pacemaker, transplant. Today, you can live normally after heart surgery provided you follow a few instructions and follow them at home.

The recovery time after cardiac surgery varies depending on the type of procedure and the condition of the patient before surgery. You have to be careful, but you do not need to lock yourself in. Life must resume gradually: you can drive, work, have sex, and pursue your passions and hobbies.

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Heart failure is a chronic disease that needs regular medical monitoring and a healthy lifestyle to prevent aggravation and limit the occurrence of episodes of decomposition.

The attending physician monitors the disease in coordination with other specialist physicians such as the cardiologist and other health professionals. It is advisable to see the attending physician at least every six months and a cardiologist every year if the disease is stable. These consultations will be closer if the disease is not stabilized.

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Heart failure is a common and yet poorly understood pathology. This disease, especially affecting people over 70, is increasing because of the aging of the population. Symptoms, risk factors, treatment- The essential thing to know about heart failure in 7 questions.

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Heart failure is often detected late. It is accompanied by a decrease in the pumping capacity of the heart. While heart failure can result in poor vital organ perfusion or even cardiac deathin the worst case, it is often underestimated.

Heart failure is by its severity and prognosis, comparable to cancer. It causes a decline in the quality of life and requires frequent hospitalization. If not treated or detected too late, this condition can cause complete heart failure and lead to sudden cardiac death.

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Cardiac tumors are very unusual, but they do exist. Most are implantations of tumors from other parts of the body (metastasis or secondary tumors), but the heart can also have its tumors, which are what we call primary. More than three-quarters of primary cardiac tumors are benign and, among them, the most common is the myxoma that usually lodges in the left atrium.

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Up to 4% of women can suffer some cardio logical complication during their pregnancy in developed countries. This does not necessarily mean for most mothers an insurmountable contraindication that does not allow them to carry out their pregnancy successfully. Only the need to take control of specialists who can adapt the treatments in the best possible way.

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Heart murmur has been a condition to the heart which has been discussed in the cardiac treatment hospitalstime and again. It is a sound that is picked up when listening to the heart with a stethoscope. What makes it important to monitor the heart murmur is the fact that they might also represent possible underlying issues with heart valves. 

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