Mitral Valve Prolapse: Mitral Valve Prolapse: What You Need to Know (Paperback)

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Mitral Valve Prolapse: Mitral Valve Prolapse: What You Need to Know (Paperback)

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WHAT IS MITRAL VALVE PROLAPSE?
Mitral valve prolapse (MVP) is a condition in which your mitral valve bows or flops again into your left atrium. That's why it's now and again known as "floppy valve syndrome." This floppiness may also prevent your valve from remaining as tightly closed as it should.
MVP is a common form of mitral valve disorder, and often it's innocent. Many human beings have no signs or symptoms and don't even know they have them. That's due to the fact that their valve can nonetheless function well. But some humans with moderate or excessive prolapse have signs and may need treatment.
The primary difficulty in MVP is mitral regurgitation. This indicates blood leaks the incorrect way through your valve. MVP is one of the most common causes of mitral regurgitation. If the leak is severe enough, you can want a surgical operation or a method to help your valve work because it has to.
WHAT'S A LEAKY CORONARY HEART VALVE?
The coronary heart has four valves that open and close while the heart beats. They manage blood flow with the flow through the 4 chambers of the heart in order that blood goes in the most effective direction. But a valve may not close nicely, and we could send blood via That's referred to as a "leaky heart valve," "coronary heart valve regurgitation," or "valve insufficiency."
With a leaky valve, occasionally not enough blood gets pumped to relax the body. Coronary heart valve leakage or regurgitation can press the heart to work harder to do its job. The condition can lead to coronary heart failure, surprising cardiac arrest, and loss of life.
are there exceptional varieties of leaky valves?
A leaking heart valve can arise in any of the four heart valves:
aortic valve between the left ventricle and the aorta (an important artery inside the body).
Mitral valve, among the left atrium and the left ventricle
pulmonary valve, between the proper ventricle and the pulmonary artery.
tricuspid valve, between the proper atrium and the right ventricle.
How common is heart valve leakage?
Leaky heart valves are pretty common. About 10% of the total population has one. Mitral valve regurgitation is the most common kind. Moderate cases of leaking generally do not cause any symptoms or problems.
Product Details ISBN: 9798851278136
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: July 6th, 2023
Pages: 82
Language: English