Symptoms

Complex minimally invasive heart procedures

Chest pain
It can occur when the heart is not getting enough blood or oxygen. The amount and type of pain can vary from person to person. The intensity of the pain is not always related to how serious the problem is.

Arrhythmias
It is a disorder of the heart rate (pulse) or heart rhythm. The heart may beat too fast (tachycardia), too slow (bradycardia), or irregularly. An arrhythmia can be harmless, a sign of other heart problems, or an immediate danger to your health.

Palpitations
These are sensations that the heart is beating fast, fluttering, or pounding. Stress, exercise, medications, or, rarely, a medical condition can trigger them. And while they cause concern, they are generally not harmful.

Shortness of breath
Difficulty breathing is usually attributed to diseases of the heart or lungs, which are involved in transporting oxygen to the tissues and removing carbon dioxide, and problems related to either affect breathing. .

Syncope (fainting or fainting)
It is a sudden and temporary loss of consciousness and postural tone, of short duration and with spontaneous recovery. Syncope is caused by a transient decrease in blood flow to the brain. It is a common problem in the general population.

Edema
It is the inflammation of the soft tissues secondary to the accumulation of interstitial fluid. The fluid is predominantly water, but in the presence of infection or lymphatic obstruction fluid rich in protein and cells may accumulate.

Heart Murmur
By murmur, we mean a whistling, grating, or rasping noise heard during a heartbeat. The noise is caused by turbulent (uneven) blood flow through the heart valves or near the heart.

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