There are different types of heart disease, such as changes in lifestyle and habits, drug treatment, surgical
treatment or other medical procedure.
The goal of treating cardiovascular diseases is often to open the closed or closed arteries that cause symptoms.
Treatment type depends on the severity of constriction and may include changes in lifestyle and habits, some medications, some medical procedures or surgery.
Treatment of cardiac arrhythmias may include medications, medical procedures, artificial pacemaker, pacemaker implantation, defibrillator implantation, surgery and stimulation of vaginal nerve (StimulationVagal).
Some defects or heart abnormalities are small and simple and do not require treatment, but there are other defects and abnormalities that require permanent monitoring, drug treatment, and sometimes surgical treatment.
The type of treatment for heart disease depends on the type of defect and the degree of seriousness and may include medicines, procedures for the use of catheterization, open heart surgery and transplantation of the heart.
Treatment of heart disease and myocardial infarction is related to the type and severity of muscular dystrophy. Treatment of heart disease includes:
Treatment with drugs
The first treatment for heart infections, such as pericarditis, myocarditis and endocarditis, is often prescribed with drugs, antibiotics and heart rate regulation drugs.
Heart valve-related treatments vary depending on the type of valve and the degree of risk, but generally include medication, balloon opening, repair, or valve replacement.
Heart failure surgery
Replace the aortic valve via the catheter
Treatment of congenital heart defects in children and congenital heart disease in adults
Heart valve surgeries, such as heart valve repair and heart valve replacement
Hypertrophic myocardial infarction
Mitral valve constriction
Enlargement of the thoracic blood vessels
Triple-edged valve trim