Valve Disease of Heart

Ayurvedic Treatment for Valve Disease Of Heart

Valvular heart diseases, also known as rheumatic heart diseases, refer to conditions affecting the heart valves. Dhage Healthcare Cardio-Protective Clinic offers Ayurvedic remedies for heart valve issues. Dr. Santosh Dhage is a renowned Ayurvedic Doctor specializing in treating heart patients with ayurvedic medicines.

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heart valve stenosis

Mitral and Aortic Stenosis

Heart valve stenosis happens when the valves become blocked or narrowed, hindering them from opening correctly. Age, congenital defects, valve thickening, calcium deposits, fibrosis, rheumatic heart disease, and other factors can cause valve stenosis.

Heart Valve Regurgitation

Heart valve regurgitation is marked by the leaking of a heart valve, where blood flows back through the valve when the valve leaflets close. This condition can be caused by various factors such as birth defects (congenital defects), valve degeneration, calcium buildup on valve flaps, valve narrowing, mitral valve collapse, radiotherapy, heart infections, myocardial infarction, heart disease, heart muscle damage, abnormal heart muscle, and other causes.

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left ventricular ejection fraction

LVEF – Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction

The left ventricle plays a crucial role as the main pumping chamber of the heart, distributing oxygenated blood throughout the body. Thus, the pumping capacity of the left ventricle significantly influences human health. Medical professionals usually evaluate the heart’s ejection fraction in the left ventricle, which typically falls between 55% and 70% in a healthy individual. A reduced ejection fraction serves as an adverse sign for the patient, affecting functionality and heightening risks linked to surgical interventions. Hence, it is vital for patients to uphold their ejection fraction within the standard range.

Mitral Valve Prolapse

The valve that separates the left atrium from the left ventricle is known as the mitral valve. When the mitral valve fails to close properly, it is referred to as mitral valve prolapse (MVP).

Causes of Mitral Valve Prolapse:
• MVP may result from congenital factors existing from birth, aging, degeneration, or unknown causes.
• Symptoms and severity of mitral valve prolapse differ among people.
• The 2D echo is a common diagnostic method for identifying MVP.
• Treating MVP involves medical and surgical interventions, determined by the findings in the 2D echo evaluations.

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