Heart failure occurs when the heart muscle stops pumping blood.
According to the study, 50% of people who suffer from myocardial infarction or heart attack develop chronic heart failure. After revascularization or revascularization, these people who survived heart failure had a 5-year follow-up to a major heart attack.
It highlights the rise in heart failure, which accounts for more than 300,000 deaths in the United States in recent decades due to heart disease.
Subba Raman, MD, physician director of the Heart Failure Institute, said: “While the improvement in the population may improve survival after a heart attack for many, many survivors end up with long-term complications such as heart failure.” “Dr. Dharmakumar’s breakthrough science illuminates who is at risk and why, and suggests an effective way to prevent these complications.”