Pulmonic regurgitation

What is Pulmonic regurgitation?

It is a condition of reverse flow of blood to the right ventricle of the heart, through pulmonary artery.

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one of my female relatives echo report's impression is as under.
NORMAL LV & RV SYSTOLIC FUNCTION
GRADE II DIASTOLIC DYSFUNCTION
TRICUSPID REGURGITATION...

doctor1 MD

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Diastolic dysfunction are of three types, grade 1,2, 3. Grade 2 diastolic dysfunction is considered moderate...

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I have just started working out with a personal trainer two weeks ago. Today I was on stair climber and heart rate monitor on my chest went to 181...

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I am a qualified and certified cardiologist and I read your question with diligence.
Honestly speaking it is a matter of...

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Is it true that the eye drops can effect the heart. My sister first started using them last May 2012, previous to that day, she saw her internet in...

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Thanks for the query.

By and large eye drops are safe. Some eye drops especially beta agonist not blockers can cause some heart related issues....

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