Difference between Heart Failure and Heart Attack

The majority of heart attacks occur when one of the arteries connecting to the heart becomes clogged, shutting off blood flow. The cardiac muscles begin to die when they are deprived of oxygen. Heart failure, on the other hand, is generally a gradual process. The heart muscle contracts and has difficulties pumping blood to nourish your body's cells. Medications, on the other hand, can help you live longer and better.

Heart attacks weaken the heart's ability to pump the blood that can lead to heart failure. After a heart attack, heart failure can occur suddenly. The symptoms are usually severe at first. Acute heart failure is the clinical term for this condition. However, with therapy and medication, you can recover rapidly.

  • Plaque breaks off
  • Blood Clots
  • Shortage of Blood supply

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