Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction

Ayurvedic treatment to enhance low heart pumping capacity at our clinic.
Low LVEF (Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction)

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What is the meaning of LVEF?

Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction is short known as LVEF or only EF. There are four chambers in heart.

1) Right Atrium

2) Left Atrium

3) Right Ventricle

4) Left Ventricle

The left ventricle is the primary heart chamber responsible for pumping oxygen-rich blood through the aorta to the rest of the body. Oxygenated blood is essential for the proper function and survival of every tissue. Therefore, the pumping ability of the left ventricle is crucial.

The left ventricle is the primary pumping chamber of the heart, and the ejection fraction of the heart is typically assessed in this area. The LVEF is quantified as a percentage to evaluate heart function, with a normal range falling between 55% and 70%. A reduced LVEF may indicate heart failure, making it a significant concern for patients.

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Importance of Good LVEF / Risk of Poor LVEF:

LVEF below 35% poses a high risk of severe conditions. A reduced LVEF increases the risk of dangerous heart rhythm abnormalities, potentially leading to sudden cardiac arrest or death. In cases where LVEF is less than 35%, doctors recommend special precautions.

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Causes of Poor LVEF:

Various cardiac diseases, heart conditions, and cardiovascular disorders can impact low left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF).

i) Heart Attack
ii) Coronary artery disease mean’s blockages.
iii) Cardiomyopathy.
iv) Cardiomegaly.
v) Heart disease like valve disease which includes stenosis, regurgitation, prolapse etc.
vi) Unknown causes includes increasing age, atrophy, degeneration etc.

Symptoms of Poor LVEF:

1. Shortness in Breathing
2. Dysnea on exertion
3. Unable to do Exercise
4. Fatigue, Giddiness, Generalised Weakness
5. Irregular Heart Beats
6. Swelling on feet & leg


Cardiac Catheterization (Angiography)
Cardiac MRI
CT Scan of Heart
Nuclear Stress Test

Natural Ayurvedic Treatment of Poor Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction (LVEF)

Low left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) resulting from heart failure or cardiomyopathy is seldom cured, a crucial point in the field of medicine. Hence, treatment is administered to alleviate symptoms and impede disease advancement. These represent medical science protocols.

Top Ayurvedic Remedies for Improving Heart Health and Function

Why Dhage Healthcare?

Dhage Healthcare Cardio Protective Ayurved Center in Pune, India, specializes in using ayurvedic medicines to treat heart patients. Numerous cardiac patients have been treated at this center.

Both Dhage Healthcare and its patients were satisfied with the results.

Case Studies:

Mr. C. D. Sakpal, age 65 years From Mumbai (Maharashtra)

He has been diagnosed with Mitral Valve Regurgitation, Aortic Regurgitation, and Tricuspid Regurgitation. His left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) was 40%, indicating poor heart function. Following ayurvedic treatment at Dhage Healthcare, his LVEF improved to 65%, signifying significant progress.