Is It Necessary To Install A Ring On The Swollen Heart?
At noon my doctor wanted to ask about the swollen heart suffered by my mother. The doctor’s final examination suggested to check using a tube that was inserted into the body to find out whether or not severe swelling should be installed or not. I did not understand about the examination because my mother decided to postpone on the grounds of fear. My question was how the examination process was called take so long to have to be hospitalized? And if it is decided for the installation of the heart ring is that the best way? Can’t it be done by routine treatment? Skian from me, please respond, thank you …
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Swollen heart in medical terms is called cardiomegaly, a condition that causes the heart to become larger than its normal size. Often the cause is due to heart failure, both right and left heart failure, a long history of hypertension, heart valve disorders, to coronary heart disease.
Inserting a tube into the heart is called cardiac catheterization. There are various benefits and objectives of this action, including knowing the condition of the heart directly, knowing various medical problems from the heart directly, knowing the strength of the heart muscle, to knowing the proper management of heart problems experienced.
Stenting is indicated for patients who have blocked arteries or coronary heart disease. This ring installation aims to expedite the flow of blood vessels that experience blockage, both partial and total. Stenting is one of the most useful procedures and the best treatment choice for preventing blockage of blood flow in the coronary arteries of the heart.
Keep in mind that coronary vessels that are in the heart wall are very easy to experience blockages. If that happens, the patient will experience a sudden heart attack and this condition is certainly very life-threatening.
Catheterization procedure can be done simultaneously with the installation of a stent. The duration of the procedure depends on the patient's preparation and the expertise of the treating doctor. This procedure is carried out under the direct supervision of a cardiologist.
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