Heart diseases are those medical abnormal conditions which are affecting and causing deformity only in the heart. This term is quite different from cardiovascular diseases, which consists of various problems developing with blood vessels and circulatory system as well as the heart.
Heart diseases are rapidly spreading becoming the leading cause of deaths globally, as by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). There are various types of heart diseases which are classified according to the involvement of various parts of heart like, Arrhythmia, congenital heart diseases, dilated cardiomyopathy, myocardial infarction, heart failure and many more. A heart disease is always associated with some common symptoms such as, chest pain and tightens, easy fatigability, most of the time person also suffers from referred pain which they felt on their shoulders and left arm (Fung, Isanaka, F.B., & Willett, 2018). Their clinical presentation sometimes also resembles as indigestion, heartburn, and stomachache.
Causes and Risk Factors
The risk factors and their causes of heart diseases are a sedentary and stressful life which will lead towards developing high cholesterol and blood pressure respectively. These are the highest risk factors for developing heart diseases.
Sometimes cardiac inflammation is the caused by an invasion of certain bacteria’s to the wall of the heart, it has a relation with periodontal diseases most commonly gingivitis, Streptococcus Viridians are the bacteria’s which are causing gingivitis and it follows the same path which leads towards the heart and inflamed it.
The diagnostic and managing procedures are cardiac stents, balloon angioplasty or the bypass surgery. Besides that pharmaceutical management also plays their role in order to correct he heart defect (Manogaran, Varatharajan, & Priyan, 2018).
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Fung, T., Isanaka, S., F.B., H., & Willett, W. (2018). International food group–based diet quality and risk of coronary heart disease in men and women. The American journal of clinical nutrition, , 1, 120-129.
Manogaran, G., Varatharajan, R., & Priyan, M. (2018). Hybrid recommendation system for heart disease diagnosis based on multiple kernel learning with adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system. Multimedia tools and applications , 77 (4), 4379-4399.