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May 22, 2015

"Myocardial Infarction" becomes the subject of Samara Regional radio program "Evening Talk"

On May 22 at 18.10 at the Samara Regional radio program "Evening Talk” the theme of "Myocardial Infarction" will be discussed. The invited speaker is the medical director of Samara Regional Clinical Cardiology Hospital  Sergei Hokhlunov.  In a live radio broadcast  the audience will have an opportunity to learn important information regarding symptoms, diagnosis, and current treatment of cardiovascular diseases, as well as ask interested questions by phone + 7 (846) 205 78 98.

Myocardial infarction is a terrible disease, which takes lives.  Being an acute form of ischemic heart disease, it occurs when the blood is not delivered to any part of the heart muscle. If the blood supply is disrupted for 15-20 minutes or more, "starving" part of the heart dies. This part death (necrosis) of heart cells is called a myocardial infarction. Blood flow to the appropriate part of the heart muscle is violated if the atherosclerotic plaque, located in the lumen of one of the heart vessels, is destroyed under the load, and on the site of injury a blood clot (thrombus) is formed.

Myocardial infarction is extremely dangerous disease, the statistics data   eloquently say.  Only half of all patients with acute myocardial infarction die before arriving to the hospital, and this percentage is almost the same for countries with different levels of emergency medical care.  One third of those, who are taken to the hospital, die before release due to the development of deathful morbidities.  After a heart attack a scar on the site, where it was, remains for a lifetime - a kind of myocardial scarring on the heart muscle (based on http://medportal.ru/enc/cardiology/infarction/).

That is why it is so important to be able to recognize the myocardial infarction, and seek medical advice. This topic will be discussed in the program "Evening Talk", in terms of which medical director of Samara Regional Clinical Cardiology Hospital  Sergei Hokhlunov will share his experience in the sphere of heart disease treatment. Radio frequency of the broadcasting in Samara is 92,5 FM.

"Sovremennye medicinskie technologii" is the initiator and investor of the project "Cardiac Surgery Center", the construction of which will improve the quality of a highly qualified cardiac surgical aid provision to patients with myocardial infarction and other forms of cardiovascular disease. Our company is always ready to support projects that help to promote awareness of Samara region people in order to make our future patients seek medical advice in time and be always healthy!