Duration Of Healing For Heart Muscle Disorders?
, for this disease is contagious? And how long does it usually take to recover completely?
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For the condition you are referring to, maybe cardiomyopathy. Cardiomyopathy is an abnormality of the heart muscle, which can cause changes in the structure and function of the heart. This disorder can arise without other diseases such as blocked arteries, coronary heart disease, heart valve abnormalities. Cardiomyopathy without other causes is called primary cardiomyopathy, if there are other conditions that cause heart muscle disorders called secondary cardiomyopathy.
There are several types of cardiomyopathy themselves, including:
Dilated type, this condition arises due to the space in the heart enlarges so that the pump function cannot run optimally. Restrictive type, this condition arises due to the stiffness of the heart muscle so that the heart cannot expand optimally when it holds and pumps blood. Type of hypertrophy, this condition is characterized by thickening of the heart muscle. One of the risk factors for cardiomyopathy is genetic / hereditary, but please note that cardiomyopathy is not a contagious disease. Cardiomyopathy conditions need to be controlled and followed-up regularly to monitor and prevent further decline in heart function. Avoid workloads that are too heavy, do a good diet and exercise patterns and according to ability, avoid smoking and drinking alcohol, if there are other diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes, it needs to be controlled properly too. It is recommended to consult a cardiologist for further examination and management. Treatment and imaging can be given with ultrasound (echocardiography) and ECG examination to check heart function.
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