Friday, August 26, 2011
What is the systolic heart failure?
Heart failure refers to a portion of the heart is not working normally. In congestive heart failure, the heart is unable to pump enough blood to sufficiently meet the requirements of the different system elements.
A contraction of the heart is called systole, "while its expansion is called diastole. During contraction, blood is pumped by the heart and during the expansion, blood fills the ventricles of the heart.
Systolic failure is a condition in which heart failure happens because of problems with the contraction of the chambers to pump blood from the heart. This is caused by a weakening of heart muscles.