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What is the cause of sudden death within half hour ?

left atrium-Dilated,aorta-3cm,ESD - 4.5CM,EDD - 5.5 CM,EF-38%,FS-19%,MR-4+,AR-3+,DIAGNOSIS - CAD,LVH,AR(SEVERE),MR(MOD-SEVERE),LVDF, Mitral valve-poor opening - 2003 MITRAL VALVE - MVP,ESD-4.5CM,EDD-6.4CM,EF-56%,FS-30%, AORTIC FLOW-AS JET,VEL:2.8M/SEC,GR:3.1MM MVP,MILD MR,AVD,MILD AS+AR - 2004,MILD LVH,GOOD LV FUNCTION, AND IN JANUARY 2011,JOINED IN HOSPITAL WITH FEVER FROM 2 DAYS AND HAD INFECTION IN THE LEVER.HE CURED AND DISCHARGEG FROM THE HOSPITAL.ONE DAY HE SUDDENLY WENT TO MOTION AND,GOT SWETING AND DIED IN HALF AN HOUR.HOW HE SUDDENLY DIED?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Mar 2011
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This patient had multiple heart problems and the ejection fraction was also very low -38%. The heart was not pumping out the blood properly. Even a slightest of work or effort could have caused the death as heart could not pump vigorously according to the need.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sat, 19 Mar 2011
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