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I Am 56 yrs male. I Had angioplasty on 2009 Nov. stunned 3 No's. Having review checkup every six months. In last check up lipid profile total cholesterol 148. Triglyceride 152. Hdl 36 ldl 87. And sugar value is 102 fasting. Walking 6 km. Five days in a week, minimum. But weight is 90 kg? Please advice.
A 60 year female under gone ptca in 2012 k/c/o hypertensive on medication, now having increased serum creatinine & uric acid level suggest treatment.
How can I tell if someone is having a heart attack? How can we help them instantly, as recently I saw one friend of mine getting the attack and I wasn't able to help him in any other than giving him water, I wasn't feeling good, so please tell me the necessary steps, I need to take to help someone having a hearth attack?
I have sometimes chest pain for very rare case I m 21 year old n take cig at an avg of 2 days for 2 year is it the reason if not then y.
My blood pressure is on higher side 140/100. I am 34 years old. Kindly advice me how to lower it to normal range and wot all food shd I avoid? than.
I have difficulty swallowing food and sometimes feel choked after having meals and ears get blocked. Also sometimes feel chest congestion and feel dizzy while travelling in lifts. What is best remedy?
My wife 54 year old was taken to MMM hospital due to High Bp and erratic ECG. Doctor advice to take angiogram. After angiogram (7.10.2016) they advice that she has got 90% & 80 % block are there ,Hence they advice her to go for Anjio plaster, during doing angiogram it self she got upset and do not want to go for anjio plaster. Still as on date she is taking only medicines. After doing angiogram totally her body conditions are very bad, Lost her weight around 10 to 12 kgs, unable to do any house work, unable to take proper food, Food swelling is difficult. Few days back we conducted blood test through thyrocare and following are the Cardiac Risk Markers Results. 1) Lipoprotein (A)(LP (A) 75.8 mg/dl. 2)High Sensitivity C-reactive Protein (hs-CRP)= 3.34 mg/dl. & 3) Apolipoprotein- A1 (Apo-A1) =122 mg/dl. Based on this result what is your views doctor, I am unable to convince her to go for anjio Plaster or by pass operation. Kindle advice me in this regard. Thanks with regards
Hi. My great grandmother (85) has been coughing for more than a week. She's not coughing up blood but she coughs until she's red in the face. A wet cough. She is so week she can't hold a proper conversation nor get to the bathroom alone. She has this discomfort feeling around her stomach. Her stomach is abnormally big. I would just like to know what's wrong with her and whether I must take her to the nearest doctor or not. A few months ago we found out that she was accumulating water in her blood and lungs but she is on furrusomide (water tablets). She had hypertension but that was because of the water and is now undercontrol.
I do workout take protein shake I am feeling breathing problem and I checked my bp it's like 150/90. What should I do?
I had a angioplasty 4 months back can the stents be removed if not can I stop the medicine if im maintaining my health perimeters by regular exercise and keeping my body fit.
I have little bit chest pain. Is it due heart. What's the precautions which food I should take and which to be avoided.
I am 39 years old. I got check lipid profile my trygeloceride is 360 and uric acid is increased what medicine and diet should take please advice me how to reduce these data.
My husband is suffering from high BP since past 4 months. His pressure has gone upto 170/105. Inspite of taking medicines. Nexpro L and Azarbi40 since 1 month there is no improvement. His head pains a lot. He can't est much and feels breathless at times. He has stopped salt intake as well. What should I do to bring his pressure to normal?
I am a diabetic patient recently I checked Hba1c found that 9.5 which medicine I have to take now am taking medicine Glycomet 250 twice a day. Pls suggest any other medicine. I have cholesterol also.
A cardiac arrest can strike when a person is least expecting it. This is usually termed as a sudden cardiac arrest, which happens due to an unexpected loss of functionality of heart. Does it not make sense to know what is to be done in case one comes across a person who just had an arrest?
The most important thing is Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). It is critical for the survival of a victim of heart attack. This is to ensure that there is still some level of blood flowing to the vital organs of the body, without which death would surely be a foregone conclusion.
If you have not received a CPR training, you must do it now. This is because a lot of things can get complicated and go wrong. After all, who wants to make a bad situation worse? In case of sudden cardiac arrest one should drop down and kneel, place the palm of one hand over the back of another and then go onto to perform compressions on the chest at a rate of about a 100 to a 120 beats per minute (BPM). The elbows should be straight and the heel of the hand that is lower should be placed in the centre of the victim’s chest.
- Call for help: If you are at the scene, but do not know how to provide a CPR, call the emergency helpline number immediately. Medical help should not be delayed so that the cardiac arrest victim can be treated by a medical professional.
- CPR: In order to perform CPR, after about 30 compressions, tilt the head back and lift the chin to open the airway and give two rescue breaths. This is only if there is no normal breathing. Each breath lasts a second and the chest should rise after the first. If it does not, the procedure must be repeated again.
- Electric shock: An automated external defibrillator (AED) is very important when treating a cardiac arrest. If there is one available at hand, a shock should be provided prior to starting CPR.
While there may be quite a lot of stuff to take in about the procedures related to a cardiac arrest, it is surely worth remembering. After all, a life may really depend on it!