Due to My Hereditary Cardiovascular Disease, I am Area of the 20% at Serious Risk from COVID-19

 

Managing Heart Disease During COVID-19

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Heart Failure and COVID-19

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COVID-19 and Your Heart

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Because of My Congenital Heart Disease, I’m Part of the 20% at Serious Risk from COVID-19 If you’re lucky to be strong and healthy, this is why what you do matters, and why our future lies with you. What People With Heart Disease Need to Know About COVID-19. The mortality rate for COVID-19 patients with an existing heart condition is far higher than the general public. Whether having heart disease leads to worse outcomes from COVID-19, or simply reflects an older and more vulnerable group of people isn’t clear yet. There is increasing evidence of direct heart.

From current data, it looks like about 25-30% of people can be asymptomatic or “pre-symptomatic” spreading COVID-19 without even knowing that they have it. About 80% of people go on to have mild to moderate illness, and don’t go past this stage. But about 16% of people do worsen and go on to have more serious disease.

Because of My Congenital Heart Disease, I’m Part of the 20% at Serious Risk from COVID-19 If you’re lucky to be strong and healthy, this is why what. Overall, children afflicted with COVID-19 were noted to have gone through milder clinical manifestations than adult patients. Standing out is that children with underlying diseases such as diabetes, congenital heart disease, or acquired disease such as rheumatic heart disease were more susceptible to the aggressive nature of COVID-19. About 1% of all babies born in the U.S. are born with a congenital heart defect, says Dr.

Emile A. Bacha, director of congenital and pediatric cardiac surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Congenital. The disease takes more lives than colon, breast and prostate cancers combined. And, while smoking cigarettes is the most common risk factor for.

The heart enlarges because of damage to the heart muscle. Up to a point, an enlarged heart can still pump blood normally. As the condition progresses, though, the heart.

Aortic stenosis is one of the most common and serious valve disease problems. Aortic stenosis is a narrowing of the aortic valve opening. Aortic stenosis restricts the blood flow from the left ventricle to the aorta and may also affect the pressure in the left atrium.

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  • Thank you so much for a concise and factual presentation. As a mitral valve repair patient, and an RN I understand and value the time, thought, preparation, and care that went into this the video.

  • I was diagnosed with Idiopathic Pericarditis back in August ‘19… I’m healthy 24 year old. Am I at a higher risk for complications if contracted with COVID-19?

  • Thank you for this information. According to medical literature the thymus immune system organ continues to be removed in patients during heart surgery without their knowledge and now their immune systems are compromised. See article below. Can anything be done to help these people, please? My son suffers from having complete thymectomy during heart surgery as a newborn. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/02/180221092127.htm

  • Whatever you do don’t buy these they are total waste of money. In front of my house I get direct sun for over eight hours. And the lights stay lit about an hour and then they go out. It is a terrible product.

  • Thank you for this information. According to medical literature the thymus immune system organ continues to be removed in patients during heart surgery without their knowledge which causes them to become immunocompromised. See article below. Can anything be done to help these people, please? My son suffers from having complete thymectomy during heart surgery as a newborn. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/02/180221092127.htm

  • Any thoughts or advice about 62 year old patients with an aortic aneurysms; esp 4.6mm valve measurement and covid19? Any more serious problems, precautions, therapy’s? Thank You

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  • @webmd I’m 39 and had a Cardio Attack three weeks ago. Ended up having a Tosardes event, two hours after surgery, while in ICU. My lab reports are all normal but hypertension was existing. Is it worth looking in to COVID19 correlation?

  • So government will watch while I lose my business my home my family and eventually suicide but at least they saved me from the virus which has killed less than the flu.

  • New York has seen a 10 fold increase in fatal heart attacks coinciding with the COVID-19 outbreak.

    https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/2020/04/13/deaths-from-cardiac-arrests-have-surged-in-new-york-city

  • “Obviously… smoking… predisposes… to infection.”
    Hmm… there’s a study that reports that smoking is somewhat protective against infection of SARS-CoV-2.
    Agree with other comment: this is Not just like the flu.
    This infomercial gave me no new insights into COVID-19 and the heart. Cleveland Clinic is, now, in my mind just a business looking for more business. This video greatly diminishes CC’s credibility with me. Clickbait, and I clicked.

  • I am dubious about this advice to wait until respiratory trouble. I understand the concern (unnecessary testing), but by the time respiratory decline sets in it may be too late for optimal treatment, which would increase the CFR.

  • I’m 39 and had a Cardio Attack three weeks ago. Ended up having a Tosardes event, two hours after surgery, while in ICU. My lab reports are all normal but hypertension was existing. Is it worth looking in to COVID19 correlation?

  • I have a VSD ASD transposition of the great vessels pulmonary valve replacement and lMitral valve prolapse there is more but I don’t want to write it all! So am I a high risk?

  • How about an adult age between 20-29 who has a fast heart rate (tachycardia), should they go to school/workplace?

    What are the likeliness of their safety and prevention measures for covid 19?

  • This is kind of a tangent but Im 15 and relatively healthy, but im still pretty nervous about the new heart problems associated with covid-19 and I just hope this pandemic ends soon and everyone is well. Have a good day!