Diastolic heart failure

Diastolic heart failure

           Diastolic heart failure      05/07/16

 

Diastolic heart failure  is when the heart’s lower left muscle becomes to stiff and weakened and to compensate the the heart increases the pressure in the ventricle to properly fill the vesicle. Resultant the lower left chamber is unable to be filled with blood, and much of the blood spills over in to the lungs. The effect is most often caused by aging of the heart.

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