Hfref

Heart failure with reduced ejection fraction is a heart failure that occurs due to a fall of ventricular ejection fraction below 40%. Idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy, coronary heart disease, hypertension, obesity, valvular disease, etc., are the cause of this condition. Chest pain, chest discomfort, swelling in lower extremities, fatigue, etc., are the symptoms.

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Please explain my father's heart problem from the medical report.

Query: Hi doctor, My father has diabetes¬†for the past 15 years and he is suffering from heart problem for the past four years. Recently he was admitted to the hospital due to severe breathing problem, sudden fainting, loss of appetite and water accumulation in the stomach and legs. After taking treatment ...  Read Full »


Dr. Muhammad Majid Hanif

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. After careful review, I can appreciate well the sensitivity of the issues you and your family is suffering from. Your father seems to have left heart failure (attachment removed to protect patient identity) that landed him twice in the hospital. He is having the...  Read Full »

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