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How to improve ejection fraction?

possibility for the EF to improve somehow? What is the life expectancy in this case? Given the substantial ...

What is ejection fraction?

and undergoing treatment with little improvement from past few days. Doctors have diagnosed swelling in heart due ... to 20% on 04/07 and 28% on 04/07. How serious is it, Doctors repeated saying that kid is improving ...

How to improve ejection fraction of the heart?

How to improve ef in your heart and also have your heart go down in size? ...

Is it possible for the ejection fraction to improve with life style changes?

not improve? I know it takes time to see results, other factors come into play and everyone is different. What ...

Is it possible for the ejection fraction to improve with life style changes?

A friend of mine recently had defibrillator/pacer placed and is now doing cardiac rehab .. for about 6 weeks. Her EF remains at 30. Can she expect this to improve? ...
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Low blood pressure, very low ejection fraction, slight improvement after taking medicines. Continue medications?

dear doctor... i was facing some problem .. my ejection fraction was very low .. it was 30 % ... have done testing recently where my ejection fraction is 50 % ... i am taking dytor plus 10 half a tab ...

ejection fraction and exercise ejection

is there a difference between resting ejection fraction and exercise ejection fraction? ...

Heart Ejection Fraction

is high and your pulse is high will that make a higher ejection fraction....I was really stressed when ... as normal and it even shows that my ejection fraction they consider normal...what scares me as I been have ...

Had a thyroidectomy. Given synthroid. Ejection fraction 17%. Is low ejection fraction due to thyroid hormone?

as a precaution I had a Myoview a week ago which showed my Ejection fraction dropping from 24% to 17%. Could my lack of thyroid hormone impact my ejection fraction? ...

Is 63% ejection fraction normal for a 21yr old female??

this was determined in the results of a echocardiogram

My ejection fraction is 25%. Am i normal?

I recently was hospitalized as I caught a virus which attacked my heart and my ejection fraction was down to 5%. When I left the hospital my ejection fraction was 25%. My question is, am I able to go back ...

My 80 years old father having dilated heart with an ejection fraction

hi my father 80 years old having dilated heart with an ejection fraction 20% was quiet stable but now suffers progressive weakness .some confusion .loose motions of dark green colour which were passed ...

Ejection fraction of heart rated at 40. Thinking of slowly increasing walking time. Suggestions?

my ef has recently rated at 40, I do no walking except to shop, should I increase my walking ? can this increase my ef, I ve had 9 heart attacks and am on 17 meds, have had bypass surgery, but my friend wants me to walk a little. starting at 10...

Suffered retinal detachments. Is this related to ejection fraction rating? Have diabetes

My father has an Ejection Fraction rate of 20 (taken in 2010, possibly lower by now), has diabetes and has suffered 4 retinal detachments in the last year. The last detachment did not involve a tear at all ...
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After echo cardiagram heart functionality is 15 % what is happening with the patient
What is the Ejection fraction on echo
What does it mean by 20 % ejection fraction
I suppose you are referring to a cardiac issue. It means the pumping capacity of your heart has severely reduced, and you are close to heart failure. Please vote thanks if you found the answer helpful, and please write in detail if you wish for more guidance.
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what medications are you and what is your ejection fraction
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