HIV & Cardiovascular Disease

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Cardiovascular disease affects the health of your heart and blood vessels and can lead to heart attacks or stroke. Emerging research suggests that HIV infection increases the risk for cardiovascular disease, including heart attacks and stroke, even in relatively young people. Along these lines, general observing by your specialist of your in general and cardiovascular wellbeing ought to be a piece of your arrangement for living longer and living admirably. Getting on treatment for HIV is one of the best things you can do to stay healthy. This reality sheet has numerous extra advances you can go for broke for heart assaults, stroke and different confusions. Because HIV medications are so effective, people with HIV are living longer. Some studies show that CVD is the cause of 20% of deaths of people with HIV. Individuals with HIV have higher rates of CVD than the all-inclusive community. HIV infection by itself increases some CVD risk factors. It might also increase CVD in ways we don't yet understand.  Some drugs used in antiretroviral therapy (ART) can increase CVD risk. HIV disease causes aggravation, and ART diminishes that irritation. This reduces CVD risk. Studies range from genetic and molecular studies of the mechanisms of cardiovascular disease to studies of vascular properties, lifestyle interventions, and responsiveness to preventive pharmacotherapy.

·         Infective endocarditis

·         Pericarditis

·         Atherosclerosis

·         Ischemic heart Diseases

·         Hypertensive heart diseases

·         Rheumatic heart diseases

·         Inflammatory heart diseases

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