what does it mean if an echo shows you have a mildly dilated right vetricle and mild pulmonary hyper
Hayley Bigg Asked: what does it mean if an echo shows you have a mildly dilated right vetricle and mild pulmonary hyper
I am a 25 year old female who has been tachycardic for some time, i started sufferng from palpatations so was referred to a cardiologist. I had a 24 hour tape whic shows my heart rate is normal rythem but went up to 158 bpm (it didn't go below 99).the cardiologst said he didn't think t was a cardiac problem and suggested i lose weight and give up smoking he sent me for an echojust to be sure this shows i have a mildly dilated right ventricle 3.1 and mild pulmonary hypertension. what does ths mean?
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The heart is divided into four parts. Right ventricle and right atrium. Left ventricle and left atrium. Deoxygenate blood comes through the right part of the heart, collects oxygen through the pulmonary artery, goes to the left part of the heart, and then to the rest of your body through the Aorta. In your case, your right ventricle is swollen a bit. Pulmonary hypertension is an abnormally high blood pressure in the arteries connected to the lungs. This is most likely caused by smoking and weight gain. This is how it works. Smoking creates holes in the arteries and eating food rich in fat can settled in these holes which can eventually stop blood from flowing to the heart and this can lead to heart failure. My advice, stop smoking and eat healthy.
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