TRICUSPID REGURGITATION

Last updated: 4 Feb 2022  |  1637 Views  | 

TRICUSPID REGURGITATION

 

TRICUSPID REGURGITATION


 The tricus is closed between the right atrium and the right ventricle. In the heart, the valves open when blood flows from the upper chambers to the lower chambers. and reflecting back to the upper chambers, causing the atria to work harder

cause
Uncommon, mostly in other tongues Abnormalities in the tricuspid tongue are often elsewhere. causing the right upper chamber to be larger and increase the pressure of the blood vessels in the lungs heart infection such as rheumatic fever, bacterial endocarditis, adolescent patients Often there is an abnormality from birth.

symptom
Patients with tricuspid valve disease are often asymptomatic. Symptoms are manifested by years of disease, such as swollen legs, feet, or abdomen, trouble breathing, especially at bedtime, coughing up blood, chest tightness, weakness, tiredness, decreased urination. Some people have heart flutter, or AF, that is, the atrial fibrillation isn't normal. cause blood clots and may not clog the cerebral arteries

diagnosis
History taking, physical examination, auscultation, auscultation, or murmur can signal which heart valves are abnormal. and diagnose from others such as echo CXR ECG etc.
treatment

Depending on the severity, age, symptoms are not severe and do not require treatment. If you have a heart fluttering An anesthetic should be given to thrombosis. For congestive heart failure, a diuretic can be given to reduce the amount of water in the blood to prevent the heart from working hard. Angioplasty for very severe cases of the heart. If the tricuspid valve is severely leaking, an artificial valve must be inserted.


Things to do

Medication should be taken as prescribed by the doctor.

Water and salt should be limited.

Exercise should be done as recommended by experts.

Tell your doctor if you have any side effects from the medication or if you have new symptoms such as chest tightness, shortness of breath, palpitations, swollen legs, swollen stomach. If taking anticoagulants And the bleeding does not stop when there is a wound or severe head trauma.



don't do

Do not abscess if doing a little exercise makes the symptoms worse.

Do not stop taking the medication on your own.


 

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