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    The human heart is the one organ that powers the entire body. Without it we wouldn’t be able to do the simplest functions. Simple things like talking, walking, and even breathing relies on the heart pumping. Pumping blood into all the different parts of the body allows the circulatory system to supply oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and remove carbon dioxide and other wastes. The heart is a muscular organ about the size of a closed fist that functions as the body’s circulatory pump. There are

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    leather-topped desk”. The usage of musical jargon is followed by the use of simile within the text to illustrate this. The example here is used to reveal movement, and its links to the beauty of the heart. Movement is constantly revealed throughout this, when the author alludes to the fact that the movement within the heart resembles a child. “… Murmurs that can be high-pitched or low, loud or soft…”. The word murmur presents a vocal direction when personified represents the murmur of a child as the murmurs

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    The heart is the most essential biological structure in the body system; nobody can live without the heart. The major role of the heart is to pump blood throughout all the organs in the body; blood transported by the heart carries oxygen and nutrients around the body and removes all the dangerous wastes. We need oxygen to breath and nutrient to maintain our health. All muscles in the heart need oxygen to function properly. When there is a restriction of blood flow to the heart, the coronary arteries

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    Heart disease is known widely all over the world. It’s the number one death issue in the United States and also in the state of Oklahoma. Even though America is counted as one of the developed countries in the world, however, it still has an issue of finding a cure to stop these deadly diseases. In Oklahoma, the number one death issue is heart disease and strokes (Heart Disease and Strokes). “It is Oklahoma’s leading killer for both men and women, resulting in more than 9,000 deaths in 2012” (Understanding

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    HEART DISEASE Heart diseases also known as cardiovascular diseases are various conditions types that may interfere with the function of the heart. These condition types include atherosclerotic also known as coronary artery heart disease which is shown to affect arteries leading to the heart, the heart valve disease which affects the functionality of valves in regulating in and out of the blood flow to the heart. Cardiomyopathy affects the squeezing of the heart muscles. Arrhythmias also called the

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    Research by the American Heart Association (2014) states that heart failure effects an estimated 5.1 million Americans and it is predicted to increase 25% by 2030. Heart failure is a pathophysiological condition that indicates the heart is unable to promote enough cardiac output causing insufficient blood supply to the body. Pharmacological treatment for cardiac failure is dependent upon the ability to decrease rate of blood flow and blood pressure. Survival after heart failure diagnosis has improved

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    Introduction: Services Directors for taking care of hearts. Those services will help to have a better quality but with higher cost. Ceaseless heart disappointment (CHF) is a perplexing, crippling disorder because of cardiovascular brokenness that weakens the capacity of the ventricle to load with, or launch, blood. Subsequently, common side effects, for example, dyspnoea and weariness happen very still or with lessened physical exertion. CHF regularly comes about because of harm to the myocardium

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    Based off of the case study regarding a 47 year old man who has recently been diagnosed with a heart disease known as CAD; I decided to further my research on this topic because it was intriguing to discover all heart diseases including coronary heart disease are taking the lives of countless individuals each year in our nation. A tremendous number of more than 13 million Americans (2005-2015, WebMD). This chronic disease is also known as atherosclerosis and is characterized as a fatty plaque build-up

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    minds, a heart can break, ache, change, melt, sink, weep, belong, eat, harden, skip, open, rest, steal, leap, learn, faint, and do many other extraordinary feats. Still, what one may not realize is that a heart is just that, a disfigured organ in one’s body that is constantly pumping out blood to keep one alive. Instead of succumbing to the societal connotations of a heart, Rita Dove expresses individuality in “Heart to Heart” by embracing the denotation of a heart. Dove outlines that a heart only sustains

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    Heart attacks can be scary no matter who you are or what you have experienced. To think that a heart attack could happen to you or someone you love can be terrifying. As you age the risk of you have a heart attack becomes higher and higher. When someone has a heart attack their blood that produces the oxygen for your heart can not get to your heart because it becomes blocked. Therefore, your heart cannot get the oxygen that it needs to survive. This is a scary thought because if the blood can not

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