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Dr. Deepak Vats

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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
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Dr. Deepak Vats is a trusted Cardiologist in Dwarka, Delhi. You can consult Dr. Deepak Vats at Dr. Deepak Vats@Bensups Hospital in Dwarka, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Deepak Vats and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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What Causes A Heart Failure?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
What Causes A Heart Failure?

The heart is a vital organ that pumps blood throughout the body, thereby supplying the body with the essential nutrients and oxygen while removing the harmful toxins and wastes. Certain conditions may interfere with the ability of the heart to pump blood (there could be a clogging in one of the artery or arteries). Devoid of blood and the essential nutrients, the other vital organs soon start to falter. In fact, reduced supply of oxygen and blood to the brain can prove to be fatal, triggering loss of consciousness and even coma.

It is quite disturbing to know that as per a survey, nearly 50 million Americans suffer from a heart failure, with men being more susceptible than their female counterparts. In some cases, such as a Congestive Heart Failure, the blood may move back into the liver, abdomen, lungs or the lower extremities, thereby congesting the organs. Depending on the extent of the damage, a heart failure can be chronic (often lasts for a longer time) or acute.Some of the conditions that trigger a heart failure are irreversible, making the situation even worse.

Factors that trigger a heart failure:

For an effective treatment, it is important to know the underlying factors, both reversible as well as irreversible, responsible for a heart failure.

  1. Coronary artery disease: This is believed to be the major contributor, triggering a heart failure. Here, the arteries responsible for supplying the heart with blood and oxygen may become damaged. There may be a blockage. The artery may also narrow down or become hardened (a condition referred to as atherosclerosis). As a result, the heart will receive a reduced flow of oxygen and blood, causing a heart failure.
  2. Cardiomyopathy: A condition resulting from unhealthy lifestyle practices such as drug abuse as well as uncontrolled drinking and smoking. These unhealthy habits will sooner or later wreak havoc, damaging the heart muscles, with heart failure being an obvious consequence. Cardiomyopathy can also be an outcome of some infections.
  3. A heart attack: In some cases, a heart failure may be triggered by a heart attack. A heart attack can damage the heart muscles which, in turn, can affect the normal functioning of the heart to a great extent.
  4. Hypertension: There is a striking relationship between a heart failure and a high blood pressure. A high blood pressure may turn the heart muscles rigid and weak. Thus, the heart may fail to pump the blood as precisely as it should be. With time, the condition will only worsen with the possible outcome being a heart failure.
  5. Myocarditis: This is a virus induced inflammation of the heart muscles. Myocarditis is known to cause a heart failure of the left side (left-sided heart failure).
  6. In addition to the above conditions, Congenital heart disorders, Diabetes, Thyroid problems, HIV, or Heart arrhythmias, to name a few, can also lead to a heart failure.

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My doctor recommend to do bypass instead of stent there are 3 blockage What will be right choice?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My doctor recommend to do bypass instead of stent there are 3 blockage
What will be right choice?
The choice depends on the percentage and site of blockages and we have to examine you for further guidance
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My age is 45. First time I am facing BP problem due to home and office tension. My father is also BP patient. When doctor check my BP 165/110. He has started zipres40 once daily .my question is if I will do morning walk whether BP will come down. Or I have to take tab life long because my father is having BP. Or it will completely cure with homeopath since it is at pre stage.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
My age is 45. First time I am facing BP problem due to home and office tension. My father is also BP patient. When do...
no, bp will not come down by just morning walk though it's part of the treatment you're taking safe medicines for BP continue taking medicines for BP once it's controlled by the medicine, don't stop. medicine protects the heart and brain also high bp is not a stigma wearing spectacles due to ageing is not a stigma reduce stress and anxiety related issues modified disciplined lifestyle will help you

Sir. I underwent open heart surgery at my 62 years of age i. E. In the year 2000. I was alright and take ecosprin 150 every day. Recently I observed that when I take my food or tiffen, I feel some pain while walking even a bit distance. This remains for half an hour so then I will be alright. Please. Advise me the reason for this and any suggession by way of medicine etc. Thanking you sir.

DM Cardiology
Cardiologist, Delhi
Dear , chest pain occurring on walking is definitely angina. You should start taking tab angispan tr 2.6mg bd, and tab nikon 5 mg bd and see if the pain improves. If it does not improve, get a coronary angiogram done, there could be new blockages.
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I am 65, suffer from diabetes and high bp. Fs is 168 pp is 210. I take triopil 2 and covance 25 daily. For last 5 day I have pain in both arms and my head is very heavy when I get up in the morning. What should I do?

MD - Alternative Medicine
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
Considering you age along with medicine you need nutrition, vitamin & mineral therapy to boost your energy & immune system we have some ready to use imported remedy for you. On your confirmation we send you details best wishes.

Can you suggest me the vegetarian list to eat well with nickel allergy and high cholesterol.

MBBS, Dip.Cardiology, Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology(FICC), Fellowship in Echocardiology
Cardiologist, Ghaziabad
Can you suggest me the vegetarian list to eat well with nickel allergy and high cholesterol.
You need a high Fibre diet, with lots of salad and fruits, try and add them to all of your meals. And avoid all kinds of fats, ghee, junk food and fried foods and butter. And yes nickel allergy had no relation have food.
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Hello My name is kuldeep sharma. I’m 55 years. My question is what should I do to avoid heart attack what should be the daily routine n what all test should I do. Thanks.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Hello My name is kuldeep sharma. I’m 55 years. My question is what should I do to avoid heart attack what should be t...
As far as routine is concerned. We first need to know your present health status, your food habits, your routine, your other medical history. Second the test are numerous. Initially an ECG and Lipid profile is enough if you have no symptoms. And it is better to start homoeopathic treatment. If possible as preventive measures.
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