The Period Of Treatment For Patients With Heart Failure?
Approximately if hospitalized for patients with heart failure there is swelling in the heart until the day u0026amp; feet and ankles are not swollen
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Heart failure is a condition where the heart fails to pump all the blood that enters the heart. This condition can be triggered by several risk factors such as high blood pressure, heart valve abnormalities, lack of heart muscle to pump, etc.
Symptoms arising from heart failure can include tightness, swelling in the hands or feet, fatigue easily during activity, often waking up at night due to tightness, abdominal pain (due to liver dissection), etc. Of these symptoms, the most severe and usually resulting in sufferers must be lodged in the hospital is a complaint of tightness, because of course this can be threatening the lives of sufferers.
Regarding how long the hospital stay, of course this depends on how severe the conditions experienced by patients. If the emergency condition is handled and the patient's condition is stable, then the doctor will generally allow the patient to go for outpatient treatment. So, to determine how long the patient's stay in hospital for patients with heart failure, it is better to ask and discuss directly with the treating doctor because he is the one who knows the patient's condition best and can determine when the patient can come home from the hospital and go for outpatient treatment.
As for heart failure patients, things that should be done are:
Limit fluid intake
Limit salt intake
Overcome stress well
Control blood pressure by treating according to doctor's orders
Lose weight when overweight
Regularly exercise. The weight or light of course in accordance with the conditions
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