Chronic Heart Disease

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Heart disease prevention is important before and after someone is diagnosed with the condition:

  • Primary prevention refers to measures that everyone should take to reduce their risk of heart disease.
  • Secondary prevention refers to measures a patient already diagnosed with heart disease should take to reduce the risk of having additional heart damage. Many of these measures are similar or the same as those recommended for primary prevention.

Key prevention measures include:

  • All patients...
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