Congestive Heart Failure (FD)

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Heart Failure (FD) Often called Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) or Congestive Cardiac Failure (CCF).A chronic condition in which the heart is unable to pump out of all of the blood it receives. Resulting in Blood may back up in other areas of the body also known as a “Heart Failure. Fluid may build up in the lungs, liver, gastrointestinal tract, and arms and lungs. CHF Heart Failure contains risk factors in people who Smoke, Drink Alcohol, aren’t physically inactive, have obesity, contain high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and have Type 2 diabetes. In Canada alone just about 500,000 Canadians are living with heart failure. Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) a life-threatening condition in which inflammation in…show more content…
Anemia contains burning tongue, loss of appetite, stomach pain, loss of memory, depression, irritability, tingling or numbness in hands and feet. Stats show that 20% of women have anemia 50% pregnant women, 3 % Men, and 2 of 1000 people. Risk factors a diet lacking in certain vitamins, menstruation, chronic conditions, and family history. Myocardial Infarction “Heart Attack” blockage of one or more coronary arties caused by plaque buildup resulting in damage to the myocardial impairs the heart’s ability to pump throughout the body. It shows that 1.8% of adult population has had a heart attack. Myocardial infarction can result in people in High blood pressure, smokers, alcohol, and oral contraceptive pills. Sickle Cell A genetic disorder that causes abnormal hemoglobin, resulting in red blood cells that assume an abnormal sickle cell, sickle cell interferes with normal blood flow, resulting in damage to the most the body system. The risk factors result in most often among people whose ancestry can be linked to sub-Saharan Africa, south & central America, Caribbean, and India showing that third largest visible minorities in Canada, behind the Chinese and South Asians. The 2001 Census reported a total of 662,200 blacks in Canada, representing approximately 2 percent of the overall Canadian population and Third largest visible minorities in Canada, behind the Chinese and South Asians.

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