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Congestive Heart Failure

Congestive heart failure is a condition that happens when the heart is not able to pump enough blood to meet the needs of the body's tissues. When the heart fails, it is unable to pump out all the blood that enters its chambers. In other words, all the blood that is pumped to the body is returned to the heart. ... When...
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The Atherosclerosis and Heart Failure

Heart Murmur, Atherosclerosis, & Heart FailureA heart murmur is a sound caused by blood flowing through a child's heart or through blood vessels entering or leaving the heart. ... Heart failure is the most common reason for hospitalization in the United States today. Population-based studies estimate that heart failure affects over three million Americans;&...
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Amibor Heart

After Clark's death, hopes for an artificial heart faded. Scientists focused on heart transplants and today, 386 percent of patients who receive a heart transplant survive for at least one year. ... However, there are only 4,000 hearts available for transplanting each year and at least 700,000 people suffer from heart failure. ... "Nothing is&...
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An Account of the Anatomy and Physiology of Congenital Heart

Congenital heart disease (or CHD) is a range of heart disorders, of varying degrees of severity, which are present at birth. ... By the end of the eighth week, cardiovascular development is complete and no further changes take place until birth.CHD offers many clinical manifestations, heart failure being the most obvious. ... In the preterm baby,...
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Arrhythmia Report

It affects the cardiacmuscle, the heart. ... Some of the symptoms areloss of consciousness, heart failure, or death. Slow heart rates arecaused by heart block. The hearts natural pace-maker fails to beconducted to the ventricles, the hearts main pumping chambers. ... Tachycardis usually occurs months or yearsafter a heart attack. ...
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Heart Attack as a Silent Killer

Uncontrolled high blood pressure, hypertension, is one of the leading causes of disability or death due to stroke, heart attack, heart failure and kidney failure. ... When the heart beats, a surge of blood is released from the left ventricle, which is the heart's main pumping chamber, into an intricate web of blood vessels that spread t...
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A Proud Heart

You have a manly and a proud heart. A proud heart can survive a general failure because such a failure does not prick its pride. ... Okonkwo fears being like his father, a failure, so much that at the end of the novel, he kills himself. "..they came to the tree from which Okonkwo's body was dangling.." (207)....
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Survey on Coronary Heart Disease Cases

Coronary Heart Disease Arteriosclerosis narrowing of the coronary arteries causes coronary heart disease. It's likely to produce angina pectoris, heart attack or both. ... Exposure to other people's smoke increases the risk of heart disease even for the nonsmokers.High blood pressure increases the heart's workload, causing the heart to enlarge and weaken over...
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The Silent Killer " Heart Disease "

An in depth look at heart disease.B. ... Infants with heart disease often demonstrate poor feeding and failure to thrive. ... This requires extra work bythe heart, and may eventually lead to heart failure.The prognosis of infants born with congenital heart disease has markedly improvedin recent decades. ... This disease affects the heartmuscle, resulting&...
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Disorders of the heart

The inner layer of the pericardium is attached to the heart muscle while the outer layer holds the heart firmly in place. The two layers are separated by a thin film of lubricating fluid that allows the heart to move more freely within the outer pericardium.The Conduction SystemElectrical currents that regulate the heart rhythm originate in cells of the ...
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Information About Heart Disease

I then asked: "How has having a heart disease changed your life?" ... Early treatment of valvular heart disease is medical. ... Injuries may involve any chamber of the heart, heart valves, coronary arteries, aorta, or the great vessels. ... Acquired heart diseases are due to the heredity, environmental, and infectious processes that ...
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Hypertension: An Overview on the "Silent Killer"

Uncontrolled high blood pressure, hypertension, is one of the leading causes of disability or death due to stroke, heart attack, heart failure and kidney failure. ... When the heart beats, a surge of blood is released from the left ventricle, which is the heart's main pumping chamber, into an intricate web of blood vessels that spread t...
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Risk of Heart Disease

The human heart is a powerful muscle in the body which is worked the hardest. ... The right coronary artery circles the right side and goes to the back of the heart. ... These two left arteries feed the front and the left side of the heart. ... SYMPTOMS OF CORONARY HEART DISEASEThere are three main symptoms of coronary heart disease: Heart Attack...
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An Acute Coronary Syndrome

An abnormal heart rate and rhythms in a patient after a heart attack often means the left ventricle is not pumping adequately. Congestive heart failure may be a threat at this time. ... This test measures systolic pressure when the heart beats and diastolic pressure when the heart is at rest. ... Diet is an important factor in preventing ...
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Public Awareness on Heart Attack Cases

HEART ATTACKS Heart attacks are the leading cause of death in the United States. ... A simple definition of a heart attack is a sudden Failure of the heart resulting from an occlusion or difficulty of a Coronary artery. ... Smoking causes heart attacks. ... When an artery feeding blood to the Heart closes up; the heart can no longer function....
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Gene Identified for Cardiomyopathy

www.bcm.tmc.edu/baylormedSeptember, 2000Gene Identified for CardiomyopathyThe Director of the Heart Failure and Transplantation Unit at Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine Professor of Pediatrics was extremely excited with the news of a gene recently identified. ... Cardiomyopathy is the leading cause of heart failure in children and adults. ...
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Richard Cory: "Poverty within Wealth"

Edwin Arlington Robinson portrays a character of a representative failure in his poem, ?... But being in a poor financial situation does not always mean they are poor at heart. ... Who is a failure? A failure is someone who cannot accomplish his objective of being in this world, which is living. ... Cory is a failure because his suicid...
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Biology: Healthy Life - Heart Disease

Looking over the history of my mother's side (MacKenize) most didn't live that long mainly because of heart disease was what took them. For the maternal side on my mother's family, my great-grandmother lived to the age of 63 then died because of a heart attack; great-grandfather lived to 83 and was in pretty good health until h...
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A Tale of the Heart of Darkness

Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness is the tale of Charlie Marlow, a sailor whose journey is through the African Congo in search of ivory; however, the story is told on a boat at the mouth of the Thames River. The protagonist in Heart of Darkness not only tells the story of his journey through the African Congo, but also...
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Apollo 13: The Successful Failure

The movie I chose was Apollo 13, it is about the "successful failure" of the Apollo 13 mission. ... His heart races, he has rapid breathing, increased sweating, shakiness, dry mouth, muscle tension, and of course insomnia, but after a few days of "having the entire western world knowing how his kidneys are functioning" Lovell...
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"The Heart of Darkness", by Joseph Conrad

was Kurtz last words n the novel Heart of Darkness, written by Joseph Conrad. ... Because Kurtz let his heart become so dark led to his final words, "The horror! ... displays the hatred and failure Kurtz has held within him. ... denotes many different meanings, yet somehow explains the entire novel of Heart of Darkness." ...
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The Use of Creatine in Muscle Tissue

For people with heart failure, creatine has been found to improve heart function, but oral supplementation has not been effective. However, people diagnosed with "supraventricular tachycardia" or rapid heart-rate, should be wary of taking creatine and it's side effects. Users often witness a dramatic decrease in their resting heart rate an inability&#...
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Leading Causes of Death

Comparison of the leading cause of death in the US and Zimbabwe The leading cause of death for people over 45 in the US is Heart failure. ... Americans tend to be a little more obese and eat fattier foods than other countries making them more prone to getting forms of Heart disease. ... I couldn't find much on Zimbabwe stance on Heart diseas...
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The Impressionism and Symbolism in Heart of Darkness

In Heart of Darkness it is the white invaders for instance, who are, almost without exception, embodiments of blindness, selfishness, and cruelty; and even in the cognitive domain, where such positive phrases as "to enlighten," for instance, are conventionally opposed to negative ones such as "to be...
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Eating Disorder

Your body chemicals may also be so imbalanced, heart failure may occur.A person who suffers from bulimia nervosa also wants to be thin but they do it in a different way called binging and purging. ...
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