The causes of heart disease and symptoms of rheumatoid
Rheumatic heart disease occurs due to damage to the heart valves and heart muscle from inflammation and scar caused two rheumatic fever. Show that fever as a result of streptococcal infection that leads to the appearance of symptoms usually begins in the form of sore throat or tonsillitis in children and rheumatic fever infects children in developing countries primarily, especially areas where poverty on a large scale. This was due about 2% of global deaths caused by cardiovascular disease to rheumatic heart disease, while attributed 42% of these deaths to ischemic heart disease, and 34% of which are attributable to cerebrovascular disease. Treatment can cure pain through the throat caused by streptococci in the early stages, to prevent the development of rheumatic fever. It can also, penicillin treatment in the long term, to prevent repeat attacks of the disease, which may result in the emergence of Rheumatic heart disease, and halt the progression of the disease in people who are able, actually damage the heart valves. http://www.reviewlity.com/fibroids-miracle-review/
Why represent CVD development issue in countries low-income and middle-income countries? Occur more than 80% of global deaths caused by cardiovascular disease in low-income countries and middle-income countries. Residents are exposed to low-and middle-income countries, more than others, the risk factors for cardiovascular disease and other non-communicable diseases, as they are less benefit from preventive efforts compared to residents of high-income countries. Residents of low-and middle-income countries who suffer cardiovascular disease and other non-communicable diseases benefited less than other health care services effective and equitable that meets their needs (including services for the early detection of diseases).
As a result, eliminates many of the residents of low-and middle-income countries die at an early age, compared with others, as a result of cardiovascular disease and other non-communicable diseases, and often die of those people who are in the tenderest stages of their lives. Poorest of the poor in low-and middle-income countries is borne by the greatest damage. Have begun to appear, at the household level, are clear indications that CVD and other NCDs contribute to poverty, they can, for example, be a health care expenditures exorbitant placed on the family, which is suffering one of its members disease heartily and 30% or more than the annual expenditure. At the macroeconomic level, the CVD imposes a heavy burden on the economies of low-and middle-income countries. It is estimated that heart disease, stroke and diabetes contribute to the reduction of GDP by ranged between 1% and 5% in low-and middle-income countries experiencing rapid economic growth, due to the death of many people at an early age.
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