Congestive heart failure
Congestive heart failure (CHF) is a chronic progressive condition that influences the pumping intensity of heart muscles. While regularly alluded to just as "heart Failure," Congestive heart failure particularly alludes to the phase in which liquid develops around the heart and makes it pump inefficiently.
Heart has four heart chambers. The upper portion of heart has two atria, and the lower half of heart has two ventricles. The ventricles pump blood to organs and tissues, and the atria get blood from body as it flows once again from whatever remains of your body.
Congestive heart failure creates when your ventricles cant pump enough blood volume to the body. In the end, blood and different liquids can back up inside:
• lower body
Congestive heart failure can be life-threatening.
· swelling in your ankles, feet, and legs
· A cough that develops from congested lungs
· weight gain
· increased need to urinate, especially at night
· Shortness of breath, which may indicate pulmonary edema and many more.
Cardiology research Journals like Clinical Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine (CCCM) provides a global open access platform to put forth the ongoing research, reviews on Congestive heart failure.