heart failure

Heart Surgery and its Risks

What Is Heart Surgery and its Risks?

Heart surgery is done to correct problems with the heart. Your provider may recommend surgery after lifestyle changes, medicines, or other procedures no longer work. Heart surgery may also be done in an emergency situation, such as a heart attack. Each year, more than 2 million people around the world have open-heart surgery to treat various heart problems.

Aortic valve disease: causes, diagnosis and treatment

What Are Heart Valve Diseases?

Heart valve diseases are problems affecting one or more of the four valves in the heart. Heart valves open and shut with each heartbeat to keep blood flowing in the right direction. Problems with heart valves can occur if the valves are leaky (a condition called regurgitation), too narrow (stenosis), or don’t have a proper opening (atresia).

Coronary Heart Disease

What Is Heart Failure?

Heart failure, also known as congestive heart failure, is a condition that develops when your heart doesn’t pump enough blood for your body’s needs. This can happen if your heart can’t fill up with enough blood. It can also happen when your heart is too weak to pump properly. The term “heart failure” does not mean that your heart has stopped. However, heart failure is a serious condition that needs medical care.

The Human Circulatory System

What is Cardiogenic Shock?

Cardiogenic shock, also known as cardiac shock, happens when your heart cannot pump enough blood and oxygen to the brain and other vital organs. This is a life-threatening emergency. Without oxygen-rich blood reaching the brain and other vital organs, your blood pressure drops, and your pulse slows. You may have symptoms such as confusion, sweating, and rapid breathing. You may also lose consciousness.


What Is Cardiomyopathy?

Cardiomyopathy refers to problems with your heart muscle that can make it harder for your heart to pump blood. There are many types and causes of cardiomyopathy, and it can affect people of all ages. Depending on the type of cardiomyopathy that you have, your heart muscle may become thicker, stiffer, or larger than normal.

Korandil (Enalapril Maleate)

Korandil (Enalapril Maleate)

Enalapril, the active ingredient of Korandil, belongs to the group of medicines called Angiotensin Converting Enzyme (ACE) inhibitors. These medicines are mostly prescribed to treat all grades of essential hypertension. Korandil works by widening your blood vessels. This lowers your blood pressure. This medicine usually starts to work within an hour, and the effect lasts for at least 24 hours.

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