There is a link between heart disease (CVD) or heart disease and the Kovid-19 virus. This link of risk has raised questions in the hearts of heart patients around the world. Heart disease is also an important part of our country’s population. When infected with coronovirus, the symptoms of heart disease become apparent, which increases the risk.
The reason is heart disease. Many people have the misconception that women have a lower risk of heart disease or risk of the disease, but the reality is completely different, and sadly, many people have heart disease. Don’t know about the disease and don’t take it seriously.
One of the common misconceptions about heart disease is that most people think that heart disease is more common in men. Many women feel that men have heart problems. However, the mortality data in women worldwide due to CVD is gradually raising awareness to dispel this misconception.
Often, women ignore the symptoms of heart disease because of acidity, flu, aging or general body damage. Awareness in women about the risk of coronary artery disease is not sufficient. Women under 65 and whose family history of heart disease is more focused on CVD
Necessary. Excessive work stress, restlessness, mental exhaustion and depression at home or at work can disrupt normal life and pose a great risk at any time.
Also, when women show different symptoms than men, the diagnosis is often inaccurate. Inadequate guidelines in this case confuse physicians. Both men and women are at equal risk for CVD, but there are differences, including symptoms, in other aspects of the disease. Apart from common risk factors (smoking, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol levels), there are other causes of heart attack in women. Such as menopause and estrogen deficiency, birth control pills, stress, obesity, depression, diabetes and gestational diabetes.
According to a study conducted by the University of Calgary, the number of CVD cases in Bangladesh is increasing due to lifestyle, diet, environmental issues and some demographic factors. In this context, it is important for everyone, especially women, to take the necessary precautions to live a healthy life during this global epidemic. People can also take medication and therapy to control the risk of CVD. The risk of CVD can also be controlled with medication and therapy.
Angioplasty is often recommended for coronary artery disease (CAD). In angioplasty, the stent (small mesh tube) is inserted into the artery via a narrow tube through a balloon duct. The balloon swells from the blocked side and then narrows and helps to keep the stent artery open. Which ensures proper blood flow. There are also USFDA-accredited drug-eluting stents, which help keep the arteries open and reduce the risk of re-contraction. It uses special medicines to keep the arteries open and is effective for patients with diabetes and hypertension.
If CVD is caught, it is important to seek therapy for physical stability, recovery of long-term disease symptoms and control. To reduce the risk of both CVD and Kovid-19 diseases, women in Bangladesh must follow an appropriate lifestyle and seek medical advice if they develop CVD symptoms.
Author: Professor and Director, National Institute of Heart Diseases (NICVD)