What are reversible cardiac risk factors?

What are reversible cardiac risk factors?

In this video, Dr. R. R Kasliwal, Chairman - Clinical & Preventive Cardiology, Medanta – The Medicity, will discuss the reversible cardiac risk factors. He will tell that age, gender, family history are irreversible factors. Reversible factors are cigarette smoking, control of diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, sedentary lifestyle, excess sugar and salt. Lifestyle modification, regular exercise, quitting smoking and decrease in salt intake etc. can reverse the cardiac risk factors and can control sugar levels and blood pressure and cholesterol.

Dr. RR Kasliwal

D.M. (Cardiology) AIIMS, New Delhi in 1979, M.D. (General Medicine) SMS Medical College, Jaipur in 1976, M.B.B.S. SMS Medical College, Jaipur in 1973. Awards & Accomplishments: Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding contribution in the field of Clinical and Preventive Cardiology by the President of India, 2008. Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding contribution in the field of Community Cardiology by Rana Pratap Sewa Samiti, 2008. Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding contribution in the field of Preventive Cardiology by Health Minister of Nepal, 2008. DMA Distinguished Service Award, 2008. Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding contribution in the field of Cardiology at World Congress on Clinical & Preventive Geriatrics Cardiology. Dr B C Roy National Award, Best Talent for encouraging development of specialties within Medicine, 2004.

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