Diabetes is a chronic disease that can cause complications over time. With a population of 72 million people estimated to suffer from diabetes in India, India is the world's diabetes capital. With a population of 72 million people estimated to suffer from diabetes in India, India is the world's diabetes capital. Diabetes is a chronic disease that can cause complications over time.
Cardiovascular disease is mainly associated with diabetes and is a leading cause of premature death in people with diabetes. More than 70% of people with type 2 diabetes die from cardiovascular disease.
According to a recent report in the worldwide medical journal, Lancet has reported a 50% increase in CVD among Indians. Heart attack is the leading cause of death and repeated hospitalization of all CVD. Heart attack is a progressive disease caused by a weakening of the heart muscle that stiffens over time. This limits the amount of oxygen and nutrients circulating to important organs of the body by properly regulating the circulation of the heart.
Diabetes can cause a heart attack due to diabetic cardiomyopathy. This is because the heart muscle of the diabetic patient is impaired, and the heart can not properly circulate blood. Patients with type 2 diabetes who are admitted to a hospital with a heart attack have a 1 in 4 chance of dying within 18 months.
Diabetes patients often can not identify heart attack symptoms because their symptoms can be relieved by continued treatment of diabetic patients. This can delay the diagnosis and allow the patient to reach the doctor at an advanced stage of hospitalization for heart failure.
"About 10 percent of cardiac patients consulting me each month are experiencing some degree of heart attack. There is an increase in the number of heart attacks as the incidence of ischemic heart disease and chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension increases." "Said Dev Pahlajani, an interventional cardiologist at Breach Candy Hospital.
Dr Ambuj Roy, a professor of cardiology at AIIMS, said, "We must invest in managing risk factors such as diabetes, otherwise we will put enormous pressure on cardiovascular disease, especially for adolescents. I saw the rate rise sharply. "
It is important for diabetics to pay attention to the following symptoms:
Pour into the ankles, legs, and abdomen: If fluid buildup occurs, swelling of the ankles, legs, and abdomen may occur. This is one of the key symptoms of heart failure.
* Constant fatigue and fatigue: Fatigue is one of the most common problems with poor blood glucose control. It is also an important symptom of heart attack. Given that the heart can not pump blood properly, the body experiences no oxygen and nutrients and fatigue.
* Unadjusted glucose levels: There is a weak glycemic control in one in seven people with diabetes. Poor blood glucose control is a risk factor for hospitalization due to a heart attack in type 2 diabetic patients.
* Dyspnea: Diabetics often miss very important symptoms of heart failure: dyspnea, dyspnea due to fluid retention in the lungs. They tend to be confused with symptoms that occur when insulin levels are low and are not seen by a doctor.
Patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension should be examined regularly. Heart failure in diabetic patients can be effectively managed with timely diagnosis.
Often, after a certain period of time in a treated patient, there is no symptom that could make the illness worse. (ANI)
Published on November 14, 2018 at 9:11 am