Long Qt Syndrome PDF
Heart is a muscular organ that located the center of the circulatory system. It pumps blood throughout body via blood vessels network, such as capillaries, arteries and veins. Blood is delivered to and from all parts of body by these blood vessels.
At the optimal rate required to function well, a healthy heart provides your entire body with the proper quantity of blood. If disease or injury impairs your heart, your body’s organs won’t obtain enough blood to operate regularly.
Cardiopathy, commonly known as cardiac disease or heart disease, is an hyponym for a various diseases affecting the heart. Since 2007, it is one of the major cause of death in the United States, Canada and some European countries such as England and Wales, representing about 25.4% of the total deaths in the United States.
A regular electrical system and pumping capabilities of heart can be interrupted by heart disease. Diseases and statuses of the heart’s muscle cause a heart difficult to work properly.
Complete Medical Guide For Heart Diseases Volume XVIII; Long QT Syndrome provides you main concepts and information about heart diseases such as cause of diseases, treatment, prevention and how to live with disease. All data were analyzed and proved by medical professionals from National Health Institute. You will understand more about heart diseases when you finish reading this book.
Long QT Syndrome
What Is Long QT Syndrome?
What Does “Long QT” Mean?
Other Names for Long QT Syndrome
What Causes Long QT Syndrome?
Inherited Long QT Syndrome
Acquired Long QT Syndrome
Medication-Induced Long QT Syndrome
Other Causes of Acquired Long QT Syndrome
Who Is at Risk for Long QT Syndrome?
Major Risk Factors
What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Long QT Syndrome?
Major Signs and Symptoms
Other Signs and Symptoms
Silent Long QT Syndrome
How Is Long QT Syndrome Diagnosed?
Medical History and Physical Exam
Types of Inherited Long QT Syndrome
How Is Long QT Syndrome Treated?
Specific Types of Treatment
Living With Long QT Syndrome
Ongoing Health Care Needs
Emotional Issues and Support