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My grandma takes coumadin for mitral stenosis . how much should the coumarin be increased when the result is 1.64?it is supposed to be 2.0 or more she used to take 2.5 pills in total a week(1/4 in 4 days ...

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mitral stenosis and chf my email is YYYY@YYYY ...

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in size with good LV function with estimated EF at 65% mild mitral stenosis is noted ,rehumatc in orgin ... every day 1. i attendted many time echo the last echo details is below. the mitral valve appear ...

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My wife XXXXXXX 68 , has long been diagnosed (for 25 years) with Mitral Stenosis (in addition to having Rheumatoid Arthritis and Hypothyroidism ), but our cardialogist has assured us that this is mild ...

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patient was hospitalised for Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation with Heart Failure and Mitral Stenosis with Lower Respiratory Tract Infection and As per available medical records had past medical history ...

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hi 1-what is the mitral stenosis effects on atria, ventricles, cardiac vessels? 2-what is the mitral regurgitation effects on ventricles, cardiac vessels, and pulmonary vein? ...

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mitral stenosis, mitral regurgitation age 48, history of alcohol consuming and chain smoker ...

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Hello...My mother in law had breathlessness last night and she lives in Parbhani...she had the tests...In her echocardiogram..the impression is CHRD, Mild mitral reguegitation, mitral stenosis ...

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im sam 26 yrs old from philippines i have been diagnosed for mitral stenosis due to rheumatic heart desease since 3-6 yrs old according to my cardiologist, my 4 valves regurgitation is all in moderate scale ...

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Dear Sir , My age is 24 , Height is 5 ft 5 inch & Weight 72 kg . I Have undergone PTMC (Ballooning) two times of ( Mitral Stenosis ) and I am taking aten 25 mg on daily basis & avoiding high junk food ...

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s ecocardiography report is Rheumatic Heart Disease. S/P PTMC(2008) Mild Mitral Stenosis. Mild Mitral Regurgitation Severe Valvular Aortic Stenosis. Mild Aortic Regurgitation. Normal LV Systolic Function. ...

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dear sir , i mr.singaravelan working as a senior physiotherapist, need some clarification , my patient 20 years old 7 month pregnant lady having stroke due to mitral stenosis with mitral regurgitation ...

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have a severe heart condition. I do have mild mitral stenosis and I am 72 years of age. ...

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Hi, I am 30 weeks pregnant , and my thyroid T4 is 0.84 ng/dl and TSH is 3.854. I also have heart disease- moderate mitral stenosis . My doctor has prescribed Thyronorm 25 mcg (Thyroxine Sodium). Shall I ...

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Patient (57 years, female) is suffering from chronic dysphagia for two years and is on Ryle s tube. Patient also has Mitral Stenosis and is on blood thinner Acitrom. Endoscopy shows vocal cord paresis. What ...

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Hi, Thanks for writing to us. You should consult a neurologist for multiple sclerosis ( MS) and cardiologist for mitral stenosis ( MS). Hope it is useful. Good luck. Regards Dr.Richa

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Smoking is an absolute no, regular mild exercise is advisable, eat healthy and minimally oily foods, eat plenty of fresh fruits and maintain a healthy lifestyle.