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Bypass surgery - an operation aimed at reducing the symptoms of coronary heart disease. The method of grafting (born shunt - bypass) is that with a healthy section of the vein created a workaround for blood flow. This method of treating a disease of vessels used not only in cardiac surgery, and vascular surgery in other areas.

Coronary bypass surgery - CABG - allows you to restore blood flow in the arteries of the heart by traversing space narrowing of corona ... Read more »
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Venous catheter can introduce drugs directly into the bloodstream without repeated puncturing a vein. Venous catheter - it is like "entrance" into your bloodstream, which is a thin tube. Typically, the catheter is introduced into the region of the hands, neck or head. The other end of the catheter free, through him, and entered the drug. Sometimes at the end of the catheter may be a so-called "port", which is placed under the skin.

Venous catheter is necessa ... Read more »
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Deleterious effects of tobacco smoking on the occurrence of malignant tumors proved by many studies. The effect of smoking on the occurrence of cardiovascular disease, little is known publicly.

Our vascular system consists of veins and arteries through which blood flows to the organs and tissues, giving them oxygen and nutrients, and flowing back, taking the products of metabolism. Smoking contributes to the appearance of the arteries and veins of atheroscler ... Read more »
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Blood through the arteries from the heart to all organs and tissues, giving oxygen and nutrients and taking away the products of metabolism. Peripheral arteries - the arteries of the lower and upper extremities. Most often, when atherosclerosis and other pathological conditions of peripheral arteries affects the arteries of the lower extremities.

The main symptom of disease of the arteries of the lower extremities is a pain in the legs when walking. Pain may ... Read more »
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At the beginning of the patient can not feel any signs of atherosclerosis. The most common symptom of atherosclerosis of the lower extremities - intermittent claudication. This condition is characterized by the fact that during walking the patients' pain or discomfort in the legs, which are at rest. Not necessarily always comes pain. Sometimes it can be a feeling of constriction, weakness or cramps in the legs. Most often, intermittent claudication occurs when vzbir ... Read more »
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The most important and the main cause of this pathology is atherosclerosis. With age, the risk of atherosclerosis increases. Men suffer from atherosclerosis than women. Other factors of peripheral vascular disease:
  • smoking
  • diabetes atherosclerosis
  • High blood pressure
  • Elevate ... Read more »
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At the beginning of the doctor conducting a general study of health, inquiring about how the disease began, how it progressed, complaints, and the presence of harmful habits. Be sure the measurement is blood pressure and biochemical blood tests. The doctor also conducts determination of the pulse at certain places the feet: it is over ankle and foot, in the popliteal fossa and on his thigh. The doctor not only determines the frequency of the pulse, but also its qual ... Read more »
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