Hypertension (increase in Blood pressure) over view, for common person


What is blood pressure expression like 140/90 mmhg meaning?
Blood pressure reaches maximum during end of systole and reaches minimum at end of diastole. This what is expressed in blood pressure recordings as two readings i.e., 140/90 mmhg where 140
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Cholesterol: what is it? : LDL, HDL, Triglyceride, and VLDL: how it causes heart attack?


Increased Cholesterol is important risk factor for heart attack. Cholesterol reduction is associated with positive impact in prevention of heart attack
Total Cholesterol is divided into HDL Cholesterol (good cholesterol) and non HDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol)
HDL cholesterol is
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Pregnancy and hypertension (increased blood pressure): Gestational hypertension, preeclampsia, and eclampsia


During normal pregnancy, there is fall in blood pressure towards 13th  to 14th  weeks of pregnancy,towards 32 weeks of pregnancy again Blood pressure normalizes

Approximately 10% of first pregnancy is complicated by hypertension, preecplasia are common in first pregnancy

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Pregnancy following cardiac surgery for valvular heart disease; for common person


Surgery for valvular (Mitral valve, Aortic valve) heart disease in young female’s poses a different set of problems. As some patients who under surgery for cardiac valve need valve replacement, this replacement is either mechanical of bioprosthetic valves

Mechanical valves
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Mitral valve prolapse (MVP), Systolic click murmur syndrome, Barlow syndrome, Bilowing mitral cusp syndrome, Myxomatous mitral valve syndrome, floppy valve syndrome and Redundant cusp syndrome


.Mitral valve anatomy
Mitral valve consist of leaflets , chordae, papillary muscles, and annulus
Leaflets :- These are shutters of valve
Chordae: – These are attachments between leaflets and papillary muscle and they restrict movement of leaflets in to atrium
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I had heart attack (STEMI): what is my future? cardiac rehabilitation


Heart attack to know what is STEMI,  please read this post click here
In this article, I will explain what are dos and don’ts  following heart attack (STEMI)
Patient who suffer heart attack more often go into depression, this
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Fit or Faint: Funny turn, black out, giddiness, convulsions, syncope, loss of consciousness, vertigo



Above terms in heading are used very frequently without clear distinction from patients. However, their distinction is useful for treatment of patient. This distinction is done from history given by the patient; investigation and clinical examination are only to
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