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Risks & Prevention for Young Adults Cardiovascular Disease Kristen Hinners
Higher Risk of Heart Disease: High Blood Pressure High Blood Cholesterol Family History Diabetes
Smoking Poor Eating Habits Lack of exercise Obesity or Overweight Age Higher Risk of Heart Disease:
Coronary Artery Disease Coronary Artery Disease Video
Conditions of Cardiovascular Disease Arteriosclerosis Atherosclerosis Angina Heart Attack Stroke
Arteriosclerosis Hardening of the arteries Arteries are no longer flexible http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/ Can Damage Organs due to poor blood circulation
Atherosclerosis Arteries narrower Fat and cholesterol build up called plaques http://arteriosclerosis.org/ Restricted blood flow Complications: Stroke Heart Attack Damage Organs
Angina The condition when the heart does not get the needed amount of blood http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/angina.html
Heart Attack Blood supply for the heart is blocked Not enough oxygen Artery dies permanently myocardial infarction http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/dci/Diseases
Stroke http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/dci/Diseases When a part of the brain does not get enough blood and dies as a result
Treatment & Test Angiography Angioplasty Bypass Surgery
Angiogram Catheter inserted into by an incision in the arm or groin Internal view of the heart One-Two Hours Long Your Awake during the test More on Coronary Angiogram
Angioplasty Preformed during an angiogram Small balloon placed inside artery to spread out plaque Restores proper blood flow A stent or wired tube may be placed and left in artery
Angiogram/ Cardiac Catheterization
Risks of Angiogram Bleeding Infection Blood clots Heart attack or stroke Seizures 1 in 500 will have serious complication which may result in death
Coronary Bypass Surgery Open Heart Surgery Bypass coronary arteries with the use of arteries from somewhere else in the body Many incision throughout the body Cut open ribs to operate
Coronary Bypass Surgery Approximately a week in the hospital Two to four weeks of home rest 4% of patients have serious complications Very painful
Coronary Bypass Surgery
Prevention Be mindful of diet Be physically active Know your risks Keep your cholesterol and blood sugar at a healthy level Don’t Smoke Reduce Stress
Keep your Heart Healthy!
Anemia Low RBC’s or Low Hemoglobin Low in iron Symptoms: Fatigue, bruise easily, paleness, rapid heart rate Sickle Cell Anemia – African Descent- low oxygen.
Communicable and Chronic Disease - Day 3
Arteriosclerosis By: Timothy Granter & Megan Heath.
Coronary Heart Disease Learning Objectives: To understand the causes, risk factors and symptoms of Coronary Heart Disease CHD. To understand the causes,
Do Now : Tāite, 6 Here-turi-kōkā Curiosity challenge : 1) Why does your body have twice as many veins? 2) Why do veins have valves? 3) Why are veins.
What is Coronary Heart Disease? Who is at Risk for Coronary Heart Disease? Signs and Symptoms of Coronary Heart Disease. How Is Coronary Heart.
Heart Disease. Arteries that supply blood with fresh oxygen and nutrients are the coronary arteries. Heart or coronary artery disease is when the.
By Joseph Baker. Coronary artery disease is the narrowing of the arteries that supply oxygenated blood to the heart. In the inception, you may not even.
Transports nutrients and removes waste from the body. Supplies blood and oxygen to the body.
Atherosclerosis By Thomas Ciarlo.
Elise Wood Stress Management. Narrowing of the walls of the arteries Excessive plaque build up Disrupts blood flow Potential cardiovascular complications.
HEART HEALTH. LET’S SEE WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT THE HUMAN HEART!
Angina and MI.
Circulatory Disorders & Technologies Disorders: 1)Hypertension 2)Coronary Artery Disease - arteriosclerosis - atherosclerosis - angina - myocardial infarction.
Cardiovascular Disease. Atherosclerosis Atherosclerosis means ‘hardening of the arteries’. Caused by a build up of yellow fatty deposits called ‘plaques’.
Preventive behaviors can reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Atherosclerosis. The Heart Is a muscle about the size of your fist Weighs approximately one pound Is located behind and slightly to the left of the breastbone.
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