Why Does Myocardial Infarction Cause Complications Of Dysrhythmia?
I want to ask. Why myocardial infarction can cause dysrhythmic complications
Hello Farhah, thank you for asking.
Myocardial infarction is the death of heart muscle tissue due to decreased coronary blood flow to the heart muscle. Decreased blood flow is caused by narrowing of the coronary arteries. Reduced blood flow to the heart muscle, resulting in decreased oxygen and nutrient supply to the heart muscle. This if it continues for years, will cause heart muscle injury, which then causes death of the heart muscle. When some heart muscles die, surely the heart will lose some of the pump function. Heart that cannot pump blood throughout the body, will cause organ damage. That is why myocardial infarction can be fatal.
Depending on the extent of the narrowing of the coronary vessels, the location and degree of damage to the heart muscle will vary. When someone survives myocardial infarction, then the heart muscle that dies will be replaced by connective tissue. This can cause arrhythmias in people after myocardial infarction. If you are a person involved in the world of health, you can read the molecular mechanisms in detail in the cardiology textbook. If you are a layman, you can find out the basic things about infarction on the health article on the HealthReplies.com page or on the international page that is aimed at ordinary people.
Thus the information that I can convey. Regards.