Coronary Angioplasty

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Ventricular septal defect

My mother is having ventricular septal defect doctors told operation at this movement is risky, is there any way we can cure this.

Consistent high BP

Suffering with high BP consistently for over 15 years now. The range is usually 200+ and 95+. With medicines taken twice a day ( telmisartine+ metaprolone) 50/40, it maintains to 175+ and 90+. Without taking medicines there are no symptoms observed now a days, it was only initially observed 15 years back when problem started. Have consulted many doctors , they seem helpless now as this is the best medicine they seem to have, which is also not very effective. Thus taking medicines have now become more of a occasional activity and not regular, since they don't seem to be effective. Can anything be done about it or leave it to situation, and wait for the consequence .... which is very scary.


LVEF is 40% in 2D however post CT angiogram doctor told coronaries are normal with slow blood flow to heart and advised normal medical management. How to improve the blood pumping now to heart

Increased heart rate

Dear Doctor, I am a 30-year-old male, 73 Kgs, 173 cm, smoker. I have been checking my heart rate over the past few weeks and it is constantly between 95 to 105. I have checked with 3-4 devices at different intervals during different days and my heart rate just would not go below 95. I had a blood test recently and my HSCRP, Cholesterol and all cardiac tests are within the normal range. I have started working out recently and am trying to cut down on cigarettes. Currently I smoke on an average of 8 cigs a day. Seeing the heart rate constantly on the rise is making me nervous, and I would like someone to help me reverse this condition.

High bp at night

Respected sir , when i check my bp at night it alwys stands in a highr side 140/90 mmhg during day time 120/70 to 130/70 I dont excercise... i sleep at 3 Am and wake up at 12 Pm....i know my routine is so bad I feel pain in my left arm...i am so worried about this in a young age and my pulse is atound 46 at night most of okay? Should i start treatment or manage by diet and excercise ??? Is't possible yo manage by diet and excercise ??? Kindly give ur expert advice ..i ll b thankful

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