The disease that musician Ngoc Chau has is no stranger to the whole world.
Musician Ngoc Chau – famous for the song “Spring Whisper”, “Today’s Lady”” – passed away at the age of 55, on the morning of March 17.
Singer Khanh Linh – musician’s sister – said that her brother died at 7:20 am at 108 hospital due to end-stage heart failure. The visitation ceremony will take place at 12h-13h on March 19 at the National Funeral Home. The coffin was buried in his hometown in Ngoc Lau, Phu Xuyen.
In the last few years before his death, musician Ngoc Chau was hospitalized, but was discharged about 2 weeks ago. Relatives and friends were delighted when his health improved and was able to be discharged from the hospital.
The news of Ngoc Chau’s sudden death this morning made relatives and friends very shocked and sad.
Heart failure – The final destination of cardiovascular diseases and some other diseases
The disease that musician Ngoc Chau has is no stranger to the whole world. Heart failure is often the final course of most cardiovascular diseases and can occur at any age, including young children.
There is currently no cure for chronic heart failure, but treatment can slow its progression and limit complications.
There are also some cases of acute heart failure that can be completely cured after solving the cause of heart failure and in the early stages, if properly treated, can lead a long and healthy life.
Patients with heart failure always face cardiovascular events.
Is heart failure dangerous? This is determined by the number of hospitalizations due to symptoms (complications) such as shortness of breath, cough, edema, fatigue, exhaustion. Patients gradually lose their ability to move, live and work, leading to reduced quality of life, life-threatening.
Heart failure is a consequence (consequence) of many diseases. The main causes of this disease are heart-related such as valvular heart disease, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, etc. In addition, there are non-cardiac causes such as hypertension, kidney failure, COPD, asthma, hyperthyroidism,…
Heart failure is dangerous but can be prevented and controlled
Heart failure often has early manifestations such as fatigue, shortness of breath on exertion, or cough at night, especially when working quickly.
Mild heart failure may not show any obvious symptoms. In the later stages, symptoms of heart failure can be long-lasting, frequent, or come on suddenly: shortness of breath, swelling and weight gain, dizziness, gradual fatigue and exhaustion, and abnormally fast heartbeat.
Therefore, people need to have regular health checkups every 6 months or once a year to help detect the earliest potential signs of disease as well as diseases that can lead to heart failure.
When suffering from diseases that can lead to heart failure, it is necessary to actively treat and closely monitor the disease to avoid serious progression, causing the heart to work overload and under a lot of pressure.
At the same time, patients and healthy people also need to take measures to prevent cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, stroke, etc. to understand the disease status as well as prevent heart failure most effectively. .
According to VietNamNet
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