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Introduction `Heart disease results in approximately one-third of the deaths in the world. As per the American Heart Association (AHA), Heart ailments affect higher than 2,200 Americans every day that is equal to around the death of an individual every 39 seconds. Approximately 150,000 American individuals died due to heart diseases were below the age of 65 years. With changes ...

Introduction Congenital Heart Diseases (CHD) are abnormalities in the structure of the heart or in the great vessels of the intra-thoracic that occurs at the time of development of the fetus. The major sort of defect at birth and the leading factor of death among kids suffering from congenital deformities. Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) is divided into two sections i.e. ...

What is Blood Pressure? Blood pressure is also termed as hypertension and affects approximately one-third of the Americans. Blood Pressure is defined as "the force that moves blood through our circulatory system." Blood pressure is important as it provides antibodies and white blood cells (WBCs) to maintain the immunity and insulin which is a hormone. Blood pressure is also important ...

Introduction There was an advancement in cardiac surgery towards the mid of the 20th century which resulted in the requirement of an artificial activation of the heart muscles. During the initial years, it was evolved as huge external equipment. After that, there has been an advancement in the technology and it has led to the development of miniatures of electronic ...

Introduction Atrial Fibrillation (AF) is observed in approximately 2.7 million Americans. This it-self identifies it to be a very common abnormality of heart rhythm in the United States (US). This condition can be improved by proper treatment and kept in control with the guidance of the physician or doctor. This condition is not serious, but it can cause other harmful ...

Introduction In the United States, heart disease is the result of one out of four deaths. A few examples of heart conditions are coronary heart disease, arrhythmias, and myocardial infarction. Medicines/drugs or surgery could be used to treat heart disease. Ways to prevent heart disease would be healthy-eating habits, regular exercise, avoid smoking, alcohol and lifestyle modifications. As we know ...