Module 24 The Root Cause of Heart Disease (Cardiovascular Disease) and Treatment
24.1 The fundamental root cause of cardiovascular disease
24.2 The pathogenesis of angina and myocardial infarction
24.3 Why do patients with myocardial infarction still suffer from repeated attacks after being treated in hospital?
24.4 Are myocardial infarction patients relieved after stents are placed in the hospital?
24.5 The Ultimate Cure for Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease without Drugs & Surgery
24.4 Are patients with myocardial infarction relieved after stents are placed in their heart in the hospital?
Every organ must have a blood supply to survive, and the heart is no exception.
Although the heart pumps blood to supply blood to various organs in the body, the heart itself also needs blood supply.
The artery responsible for supplying blood to the heart is called coronary artery. In people with high blood lipids, lipids are deposited on the walls of coronary artery, resulting in narrowing of the vascular cavity, slowing blood flow, and thrombosis occurs in severe cases. Part of the blood supply to the heart is interrupted, then the corresponding muscles in the heart is dead, referred to as myocardial infarction in medicals.
Now it is very common in hospitals and the effect seems to be very good to solve myocardial infarction is to insert stents.
Indeed, when the dirt in the blood vessel is polished off and the stent is placed, the blood flow of the blood vessel will be significantly improved.
The patient feels great right away, but this surgery approach doesn’t actually solve the underlying fundamental problem.
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