Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary Artery Disease is a disease where it is narrowing or blockage in coronary artery and this is usually caused by atherosclerosis.Atherosclerosis is a disease of the artersis characterized by the deposition of fatty material and it is a buildup of cholesterol on their inner walls. And coronary artery diseases is also type of is ischemia stroke where there is a blood clot formed by an irregular heart pumps.These plaques can restrict blood flow to the heart muscle by an physically clogging the artery.

The impact on an individuals during the coronary artery disease are as the hardening of arteries from plaque buildup.The hardened arteries confined the blood flow so the heart cannot receive enough oxygenated blood,especially when it beats quickly during physical activity.The heart causes chest pain and shortness of breath.The impact on society during the coronary artery disease,the factors which are affected are income,education,employment. low levels of education and income are associated with increased risk for heart disease. An individual’s employment status or occupation can also have an impact on heart health, as higher status occupations may be associated with better health.

The techniques used for diagnosing a patient are


  • Electrocardiogram (ECG). An electrocardiogram records electrical signals as they travel through your heart.
  • Stress test.if your signs and symptoms occur most often  exercise,your doctor may ask you walk on the treadmill or ride a stationary bike during an ECG.
  • Cardiac catheterization and angiogram.To view blood flow through your heart, your doctor may inject a special dye into your arteries.
  • Heart scan.Computerized tomography (CT) technologies can help your doctor see calcium deposits in your arteries that can narrow the arteries.


The other systems which are affected by coronary artery disease are nervous system,and digestive systems, and many more as every body systems require the oxygenated blood to work.

The impact of transplantation to economic is in 2 ways.The first is the cost of the transplanting an artery will be to high for a person and also comparing to a person’s income will be to less against the cost of transplantation.The other ways is there will be a growth in the GDP,GNP and also there will be an economic stability.The impact of transplantation to geographical as if there is a country with no advancement in coronary artery disease will not be able to do the transplantation as also they require ot ba specialized in this field.Furthermore the impact on the transplantation to ethically as they have moral  and values to save a need person’s life for living.

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