The Benefits Of Increasing Your Heart Rate

June 10, 2018

There’s increasing proof that aerobic exercise increases the chances of living longer. Recent studies indicate that only 30 minutes a day, five days a week can keep you in fit condition. The next question would be how do you know you’re getting sufficient exercise in that 30-minute. Your heart rate helps to ensure you are meeting the proper level of activity. Your target heart rate – determined based on your…

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What is Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)

La malattia delle arterie periferiche (chiamata anche arteriopatia periferica) è un problema circolatorio prevalente in cui le arterie riducono il flusso negli arti.
April 8, 2017

Peripheral artery disease ( also referred to as peripheral arterial disease) is a prevalent circulatory problem in which arteries reduce flow into your limbs. When you develop peripheral artery disease (PAD), your limbs – normally your legs, do not receive enough blood flow to keep yours with demand. This causes symptoms, most notably leg pain when walking (claudication) The peripheral artery disease is likewise to be a sign of a…

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What is Diabetic Retinopathy?

La retinopatia diabetica è una condizione causata da diabete che colpisce l'occhio. È provocato da danni ai vasi sanguigni del tessuto sensibile alla luce nella parte posteriore della retina all'interno dell'occhio.
March 21, 2017

Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetic caused condition that affects the eye. It is triggered by damage to the blood vessels of the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the retina within the eye. At first, diabetic retinopathy may have no symptoms or only mild vision problems. Eventually, it can cause blindness. The condition can form in anyone who has type one or type two diabetes. The longer you have diabetes,…

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Understanding Cyanosis: Blue Skin Discoloration

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January 18, 2017

Cyanosis is the abnormal blue discoloration that occurs in the skin and mucous membrane by an increase in the deoxygenated hemoglobin levels to 5 g/dl. People with anemia do not develop cyanosis until the oxygen saturation(SO2) has declined to lower levels than for a person with normal hemoglobin levels as well as people wth polycythemia exhibit cyanosis at greater oxygen saturation levels, Cyanosis can be classified into either central or…

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Acute Respiratory Illness

September 15, 2016

What is an Upper Respiratory Infection An acute respiratory infection is an infection that affects your normal breathing pattern. It normally starts as a viral infection inside the nose, the trachea (windpipe) or even the lungs. If the infection is not treated effectively, it can spread to the entire respiratory system. There is some disagreement between the exact boundary between the upper and lower respiratory tract. However, the upper respiratory…

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Anatomy of the Heart: Physiology

September 1, 2016

For the Anatomy of the Heart Guide  Physiology of the Heart Coronary Systole Diastole At any time the chambers of the heart can be on one of two different states. Systole – The Cardiac muscle tissue is contracting to push blood outside the heart chamber. Diastole – During this state, the cardiac muscle cells relax to enable the chamber to fill with blood. There is an uptick in blood pressure…

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Anatomy of the Heart

August 31, 2016

The heart is a muscular organ that is around the size of a closed fist that pumps blood throughout the body, functioning as the circulatory pump. It takes the deoxygenated blood through the veins and sends it to the lungs for oxygenation before injecting it into the different arteries, which drove oxygen and nutrients to the body tissues transporting the blood through the body. The heart is positioned in the…

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What are Heart Murmurs: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

August 4, 2016

Most heart murmurs do not cause serious issues, occurring in healthy bodies nor do they need treatment. However, there are cases in which there are exceptions. Heart murmurs can be associated with damaged or overworked heart valve problems. Other get them as part of aging, or from other heart difficulties. The murmur’ comes from the sound of blood flowing in the heartbeat cycle. This sound can be the swishing and whooshing…

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Recent Study Show Bypass Boost Survival Rate

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April 5, 2016

In an international ten year study by the National, Lung and Blood Institute, heart failure patients with clogged arteries have a better chance of surviving ten if they get surgery plus medication rather than just medication alone. Early results from the same research study, the question was raised about the benefits of bypass surgery versus receiving medicine alone. However, research in the long-term study says evidence clearly favors getting surgery….

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What is Pericarditis and Heart Disease

Pericardial disease, or pericarditis, is the inflammation of any of layers of the pericardium. The pericardium is a ten tissue sac that surrounds the heart and consist of the following parts. Visceral pericardium – an internal layer that envelopes the entire heart. A middle fluid layer to prevent friction between the visceral pericardium and parietal pericardium. This layer extends s to the beginning of the great vessels begin of the…

March 17, 2016
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