What does it do? The heart is one of the most important organs of the body; it circulates blood all around the body, this is also important because the body carries out cells in blood all around the body.When does it function? , How does it function? The heart functions every day, even when asleep, because the blood needs to circulate, so the heart needs to pump the blood to do so, and the heart functions by blood circulating the body and it pumps it throughout the whole body.
What does it need in order to function properly? The heart needs to have blood to pump throughout the body, and the heart circulates blood to the brain, lungs, kidneys, livers, limbs, and etc., just the blood has to circulate throughout the body, if it doesn’t the consequences could be very serious.What System Does This Organ Belong To: Circulatory SystemWhat is this organ’s role in system? The role of the organ is to pump blood around the body, so every other organ is healthy, if the organ does not pump blood there are consequences.
What other organs does it depend on? This organ depends on the other circulatory system organs, for example the heart depends on muscles, veins, arteries, and capillaries.What Is The Medical Problem Associated With This Organ Or System You Will Explore? The medical problem that I explored is called “The Coronary Artery Disease”.What are the symptoms of this medical problem? The symptoms of this disease called “The Coronary Artery Disease” are chest pain, stiffness, pressing, hot, hurting or substance in the chest, lasting maybe in between 30 seconds and five minutes.
The pain or uneasiness is usually located in the center of the chest, and it might go down and give out to the arm (usually the left of the arm), and up into the neck or along the jaw line. The pain is commonly brought on by energy or anxiety, and halts with rest. The quantity of energy required to produce angina is reproducible and predictable. Nausea, vomiting, or profuse sweating, these are the symptoms of “The Coronary Artery Disease”.What are the treatments for this problem? The treatments for this disease called “The Coronary Artery Disease” are “The Coronary Artery Disease” can be a life-threatening, the results of the disease is in many ways up to the patient. Damage to the arteries can be slowed or stopped with many lifestyle changes, medications, or surgical procedures, for example medications are prescribed according to the environment of the person’s Coronary Artery Disease and other factors. The symptoms of the angina pectoris can be in control by beta-blockers, nitrates and calcium-channel blockers, calcium-channel blockers, diuretics, vasodilators or angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors. And other treatments are for surgeries, there are two types of procedures recommended to be done for Coronary ArteryDiseases: coronary artery bypass and coronary angioplasty, coronary artery bypass surgery involves opening up the chest and leg and taking a short measurement of the vein (usually from the thigh or lower leg) and using it to permit blood to bypass the blockage in a coronary artery. Coronary angioplasty involves inserting a hollow and flexible tube (called a guide catheter) into a leg or arm artery, with the use of an x-ray image, the doctor guides the catheter into the narrowed coronary artery. A small catheter, with a balloon on the tip, is then inserted inside the guide catheter. When this catheter reaches the narrowed area, the balloon is inflated to reopen the artery.How can this medical problem be prevented? This medical problem could be prevented by limiting red meat, and increasing to eat fruits and vegetables, lowering cholesterol products, increasing doing physical activities every day, watching obesity, reducing stress, limiting smoking and alcohol, consider low doses of aspirin.How can this medical problem be detected early, so that it does not cause any bigger problems? This medical problem could be detected earlier by asking your doctor, or family and friends, and trying to prevent it and get rid of having this disease.What choices can I make as a young adult to prevent myself from suffering from this medical problem? As a young adult I could prevent this problem by doing physical activities every day, limiting my food, doing exercise more often, being low on fat products, and increase eating fruits and vegetables.;