during an ischemic event weakens the predictive power of myocardial injury markers.
Once intracardiac injury is detected, early surgical repair is recommended to prevent cardiac decompensation and endocarditis (3, 4).
Early surgical repair has some advantages such as; prevention of cardiac decompensation, decrease of the risk for endocarditis, prevention of excessive adhesions which makes it difficult for reoperations, correction of a simple laceration easily beside repairing a long fistula tract, prevention of outpatient follow-up loss, and prevention of frequent patient follow up for determining the next operation's timing (3, 8).
These events may precipitate late cardiac decompensation
1,2) These hormones affect the cardiovascular and gastrointestinal systems in particular, with the former being life threatening because cardiac decompensation
frequently occurs in longstanding thyrotoxicosis, even without any underlying cardiac disease.
This causes sometimes complications like cardiac decompensation
or disturbances of the circular system, which cannot be handled any more by ophthalmologists.
With the Heart Failure Monitor and new Thoracic Impedance Trend Chart, physicians have access to important diagnostic information that may help to prevent emergency hospitalization of heart failure patients by allowing intervention to occur prior to cardiac decompensation
Chronically treated CHF patients typically need to excrete between 150mEq and 200mEq of sodium per day to prevent water retention weight gain that can eventually lead to cardiac decompensation