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DIAGNOSING HEART DISEASE: EXTERNAL EXAMINATION

THE IMPENDING HEART ATTACK AND THE ACUTE STAGE: WHAT SHOULD THE PATIENT AND RELATIVES NOT DO?

THE HEART'S WORK

HEART DISEASE: VISITING YOUR PHYSICIAN

THE IMPENDING HEART ATTACK AND THE ACUTE STAGE: WHAT CAN RELATIVES DO IF A HEART ATTACK IS SUSPECTED?

THE MYOCARDIUM (HEART MUSCLE): THE CARDIAC CYCLE

SYMPTOMS OF HEART DISEASE: BREATHLESSNESS, HEARTBEAT AND FAINTING

THE IMPENDING HEART ATTACK AND THE ACUTE STAGE: THE DANGERS OF THE FIRST HOURS

THE MYOCARDIUM (HEART MUSCLE): THE ATRIA & THE VENTRICLES

THE HEART VALVES: LOCATION AND STRUCTURE OF THE VALVES

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSk9aqrBeys HEART DISEASE: VISITING YOUR PHYSICIAN

The signs of heart disease can be misleading, even wildly so - but if you have any of the above symptoms it is only by taking things a stage further and visiting your physician that a pc or negative diagnosis can be made. You should not hesitate to arrange that visit, and you report any symptoms that recur or cause you to feel concern.

Let us imagine, then, that you have decided to week expert help. How does a doctor set about airing a diagnosis, and how might he decide that e cause of the problem is indeed a faulty heart r circulatory system?

It is important that the process begins with our medical history: you must give your doctor a detailed account of symptoms (type, how long, severity, peculiarities, etc.) and any indication of a family tendency towards various illnesses. A detailed description at this stage can often give the skilful doctor an insight into the true nature of your condition even before he turns to a full physical examination.

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