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    wall. Hence, this reduces the number of blood that carries oxygen to the heart that may lead to heart attack (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, 2012). Nausea, lightheadedness, sweating, breathlessness and chest pain which are also known as angina are the symptoms for CHD (Symptoms of Coronary heart disease, 2012). There are many factors that lead to this disease such as obesity and diabetes mellitus. Women in the post-menopause age have high risk to suffer from CHD due to low level of estrogen

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    AN ELDERLY MALE WITH NEUROLOGICAL DETERIORATION: A CASE REPORT OF RECURRENT STROKE WITH WORSENING PARKINSON DISEASE. Ahmad Sahli Mahzuz Bin Ismail Abstract Stroke is the third most common cause of death (11% of all death in UK) and the leading cause of adult disability worldwide. Stroke rates increases with age but one quarter of all stroke occur before the age of 65. It is important to differentiate between stroke and transient ischemic attack

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    premature deaths in Britain. CVD is a comprehensive term for several afflictions of the cardiovascular system - the heart and blood vessels of the body. These afflictions are Coronary Heart Disease (CHD), Atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis, Angina, Coronary Thrombosis and Myocardial Infarction and Stroke. Apart from the high mortality rate - it is estimated that CVD kills 140,000 people a year under 75 years old, chronic heart disease causes incapacitation, suffering and pain in many

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    there is only a small blockage and the oxygen supply is reduced, the heart muscle is forced to respire anaerobically, therefore producing a painful build up of lactic acid. This is known as angina, and is the most common form of CHD and affects and an estimated 2 million people currently in the UK. Angina is largely a chronic condition, this causes a huge burden on the NHS as its treatment is ongoing and large amounts of money must be constantly spent on treating the condition. The NHS spends

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    Symptoms and Causes of Heart Attacks A heart attack (myocardial infarction) is the death of heart muscle due to the loss of blood supply. Usually, the loss of blood supply is caused by a complete blockage of a coronary artery by a blood clot. A coronary artery is an artery that supplies blood to the heart muscle. Death of the heart muscle causes chest pain and electrical instability of the heart muscle tissue. Electrical instability of the heart causes ventricular fibrillation (chaotic electrical

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    behaviors that can increase chance of getting heart disease or stroke. Ways of changing behaviors are better eating habits, physical activities, and eliminating smoking. Examples of heart disease in both men and women are coronary artery disease, angina, arrhythmia, congenital heart disease, dilated cardiomyopathy, myocardial infarction, heart failure, and... ... middle of paper ... ...nd to develop heart failure at an older age than men. • Depression is frequently associated with heart failure

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    safely off the battlefield. When pain is perceived in a different location to the site of injury this is called referred pain. A good example of referred pain is Angina. Angina is a chest pain sensation of either pressure or squeezing. Which can be caused by ischemia of the heart muscles (restriction in blood supply to body tissues). Angina results in referred pain in the arm, back, neck, jaw and shoulder. This is pain that is being felt in a different place to the actual source of injury. Brain imaging

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    of Americans are affected every year. David Isabell p.2 Coronary artery disease is the build-up of plaque in the arteries supplying blood to the heart. The decrease in blood flow due to plaque buildup can lead to chest pain, also called angina, or progress to a heart attack. The five most common symptoms of a heart attack are chest pressure or pain, shortness of breath, pain or discomfort in the arms or shoulder, pain or discomfort in the jaw, neck or back, and feeling weak, light headed

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    such as during exercise. At first, the decreased blood flow may not cause any coronary artery disease symptoms. As the plaques continue to build up in your coronary arteries, however, you may develop coronary artery disease symptoms. Chest pain or angina is when you feel pr... ... middle of paper ... ...e 610,000 are a first heart attack and 325,000 are a repeat heart attack. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for American men and women, accounting for 1 out of every 4 deaths each year

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    Twenty years of research has firmly established that periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease are associated. However the exact relationship between the two is still controversial. In order to understand the relationship between periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease people need to understand the physiology, and microbiology behind both of the diseases. Dental professionals should promote a message that a strong biologic connection exists between oral and systemic health. Therefore

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