Dilated and ischemic cardiomyopathy can manifest itself between the age of 45 and 55. The disease develops most commonly in males. 90% of all patients are men. In most cases, the prognosis of the disease is unfavourable. 70% of patients suffering from this disease die. Heart disease leads to serious consequences. In order to avoid them, it is best to have a comprehensive diagnosis after the first symptoms and slightest manifestations.
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Heart diseases reduce a person’s quality of life quite dramatically depriving him/her of the opportunity to boldly implement some plans and be active in all doings. Dilated and ischemic cardiomyopathy requires significant adjustments in the daily lifestyles of patients, whose heart cannot pump blood in sufficient amounts, not coping with important functions. The hindrance is ischemic disease, due to which blood vessels become narrowed. A proper supply of oxygen to the heart is impossible. Patients are therefore highly susceptible to encounter heart failure.
The condition is caused by ischemic disease associated with the accumulation of solid formations impeding blood circulation. The heart cannot get enough oxygen through the blocked arteries and this causes a serious dysfunction of the arteries. This condition leads to attacks of varying intensity and severity, which can have deadly consequences. Ischemic cardiomyopathy is considered one of the most common causes leading to heart failure. The disease affects mostly middle-aged and elderly people.
The most common symptoms of ischemic cardiomyopathy are similar to other heart conditions. Patients often consider them to be a manifestation of angina pectoris or heart attack. In some cases, patients do not feel any symptoms. The symptoms tend to develop rather slowly, but still pose a serious threat to the patient’s life. The disease manifests itself with the following symptoms:
Ischemic cardiomyopathy can be diagnosed by various methods. To perform echocardiography, heart MRI, specialists use state-of-the-art equipment. In some situations,the patient is prescribed a biopsy to rule out the possibility of other diseases.
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