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Have weak heart, cholelithiasis, ureteric calculus, hydronephrosis. Treatment?

HELLO, RESPECTED DOCTOR MY FATHER MR.SANAULLAH IS 56 YEARS OLD,HE SUFFERS FROM WEAK HEART ,HE WAS HOSPITALISED FROM 11TH NOV TO 30 TH NOVEMBER,ALSO HE SUFFERS FROM CHOLELITHIASIS , LEFT URETERIC CALCULUS AND LEFT HYDRONEPHROSIS ,HE IS UNDER TREATMENT, COULD U PLEASE SUGGEST SOME PROPER TREATMENT FOR WEAK HEART,THE DOCTOR SAYS HIS PUMPING RATE IS LOW
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Your father needs to be cared by several different specialists!
Gastro-enterology surgeon for gall stones (Chole-lithiasis) / Urologist for ureteric stone.

Weak heart is a very vague term.
There could be several causes.
Proper treatment demands proper diagnosis.
Proper diagnosis demands several investigations.
Only the cardiologist examining and investigating him could guide properly.
It is not safe otherwise.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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