Five complications of valvular heart disease

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Abstract: heart failure is one of the most common complications and the leading cause of death in patients with rheumatic valvular disease.

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Abstract: heart failure is one of the most common complications and the leading cause of death in patients with rheumatic valvular disease. Valvular heart disease complications: two respiratory tract infection, long-term pulmonary congestion can lead to pulmonary infection, may further aggravate or cause heart failure.

Complications of valvular heart disease: heart failure is the most common complication of rheumatic valvular disease and the leading cause of death.

Valvular heart disease complications: two respiratory tract infection, long-term pulmonary congestion can lead to pulmonary infection, may further aggravate or cause heart failure.

Complications of valvular heart disease three: arrhythmia, arrhythmia can occur, with atrial fibrillation is more common.

Valvular heart disease complications: four embolism due to mural thrombosis and cerebral embolism is the most common.

Valvular heart disease complications: five subacute infective endocarditis can occur in patients with anemia, fever, petechiae, embolism, clubbing, spleen enlargement.

 

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