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Track: 14 Cardiovascular Pathology
SUB TRACK Cardiovascular pathology, pathogenesis, myocardial, cardiovascular disease, Heart Disease, Anesthesia, Angina pectoris, Angiogram, Anticoagulants, Cardiologist Aortic valve, Cardiologist, Chest drainage tubes, Coronary artery disease,
The Cardiovascular Pathology Service offers expertise in the evaluation and interpretation of conditions affecting the heart and its blood vessels to patients of all ages, including children.
Cardiovascular pathology is the umbrella term for a variety of diseases that affect the heart or blood vessels. Cardiovascular illness includes conditions like angina and myocardial infarction that are caused by coronary artery disorders (CAD). additional diseases include cardiac arrhythmia, valvular heart disease, and congenital heart disease.
When the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the heart muscle is obstructed or decreased, coronary heart disease results.
This causes the heart to work harder and may result in:
Angina- which is chest pain brought on by inadequate blood supply to the heart muscle
Heart attacks- a condition in which the blood supply to the heart muscle is suddenly cut off
Heart failure – occurs when the heart cannot efficiently pump blood throughout the body.
Strokes and TIAs
When a portion of the brain’s blood supply is cut off, a stroke occurs, which may result in death or severe brain damage.
Similar to a stroke, a transient ischemic attack (also known as a TIA or “mini-stroke”) causes a brief disruption in the blood supply to the brain.
The acronym FAST, which stands for: can help you recall the primary signs of a stroke or TIA.
Face– The person’s lips or eye may have dropped, their face may have drooped on one side, or they may not be able to smile.
Arms- Due to arm weakness or numbness in one arm, the person might not be able to lift both arms and maintain them there.
Speech – They can be unable to speak at all, have slurred or garbled speech, or have trouble understanding what you are saying to them.
Peripheral arterial disease
When the arteries leading to the limbs, typically the legs, get blocked, peripheral arterial disease develops.
This may lead to:
Hair loss on the legs and feet numbness or paralysis in the legs recurring ulcers (open sores) on the feet and legs dull or cramping leg pain that is worse when walking and improves with rest
A set of disorders that affect the aorta are referred to as aortic diseases. This is the body’s biggest blood vessel, which transports blood from the heart to the body’s other organs.
An aortic aneurysm is one of the most prevalent aortic disorders, where the aorta weakens and bulges outward.
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