What Is Cardiopulmonary Disease?

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What is cardiopulmonary disease?

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Cardiopulmonary disease is a diverse group of serious disorders, which does harm to the heart and lungs. The treatment combines the specific options based on the type of the disease and the improvement of lifestyle and diet as well as the use of medications.

The most common types of cardiopulmonary disease include hypertension, stroke and coronary heart disease. If the disease is left untreated, it can turn life-threatening.

The symptoms of cardiopulmonary disease are weakness or numbness on one side of the body in particular. Other symptoms include impaired vision, severe headaches and confusion. It is necessary to have surgeries in urgent conditions, such as stroke.

 

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