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What is meant by ischaemic heart disease?
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Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Family Medicine
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In brief: Not enough blood
Ischemic heart disease is when there is a partial blockage in the coronary arteries (which supply the heart muscle with blood).
This blockage reduces the flow of blood to the point where the coronary arteries cannot meet the demand of the heart muscle with enough oxygen-rich blood.

In brief: Not enough blood
Ischemic heart disease is when there is a partial blockage in the coronary arteries (which supply the heart muscle with blood).
This blockage reduces the flow of blood to the point where the coronary arteries cannot meet the demand of the heart muscle with enough oxygen-rich blood.
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
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Dr. John Garner
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: Coronaries!
It refers to any heart disorder caused by partial or complete blockage in the coronary arteries.

In brief: Coronaries!
It refers to any heart disorder caused by partial or complete blockage in the coronary arteries.
Dr. John Garner
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