What Is the Advanced Coronary Artery Disease?

Q:
What is coronary artery disease? Is it always developing into the advanced stage when we really realize it?
A:
Coronary artery disease, aka CAD, is the most common form of heart disease, which ranks first among all the Americans’ death with a total number of 17 million.

Put simply, CAD means your coronary arteries is getting narrow, making it hard to give enough blood and oxygen to your heart. Unfortunately, once found, it is almost in its advanced stage. Advanced CAD often causes heart failure and irregular heart beat(arrhythmia), even after the rapid treatment. However, as long as you take good care of yourself, you can still live full and happy lives!

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