Restrictive Cardiomyopathy

Last updated: 24 Nov 2021  |  3669 Views  | 

Restrictive Cardiomyopathy

Restrictive Cardiomyopathy

It is a disease in which the heart muscle protects itself from contraction of the heart itself. by limiting the ability to divide the contraction because the stripes of the muscles are strong causing the heart to not fully expand after filling with blood The thicker the heart muscle Therefore, the compression is even more abnormal. This disorder is less common than other types of heart disease.

Not sure yet or may be caused by n. Amyloidosis, or the accumulation of proteins in certain parts of the body tissues. Sarcoidosis is inflammation of other tissues or lymph nodes. and other causes such as autoimmunity, alcohol


Feeling tired, powerless, short, rapid breathing, swollen legs, feet, chest tightness, palpitations, and thickening of the heart muscle can lead to a heart attack.

History taking, physical examination, EKG, chest X-ray will see a larger heart size Irregular heartbeat, doing ECHO, looking at the work of the heart and blood tests to look for other related causes Some people need to collect a heart biopsy for examination.

The goal is to alleviate the symptoms of heart failure. Maintain a normal heartbeat and give diuretics to remove water from the body. and reduce the work of the heart Prescriptions are based on cardiac and immune suppressive drugs, such as steroids. If the contraction of the heart fails Therefore, the heart should undergo a heart transplant.

Things to do

Should eat a low sodium diet and reduce the accumulation of fluid in the body.

Medicines should be taken as prescribed by the doctor.

Exercise should be done as ordered by the doctor.

Should immediately see a doctor if any new abnormalities occur.

don't do
do not drink alcohol


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