What is The Widowmaker Heart Attack? Left Anterior Descending Artery (LAD) Blockage
What is “The Widowmaker” – Widowmaker Definition
The Widowmaker is a heart health condition where the main front of the heart (left anterior descending LAD) or left main artery has a critical blockage blocking blood supply to the heart. In critical instances the heart muscle can stop working – there may be only minutes left until sudden death could occur unless making it to the hospital for intervention care.
Widowmaker Heart Attack
On June 30, 2017 our dear family doctor Dr. Alexander Szabo Md, DO, based in Littleton, Colorado passed away suddenly due to a Widowmaker heart attack. He had a thriving medical practice and was dearly loved. His office administrative staff said “he had a widowmaker heart condition”. How can this make sense? My point is if you’re of advanced age, don’t you want to know what condition you’re coronary circulation system is in and get a useful vascular fitness baseline reading or CAC scan?
Watch the Video: “The Widowmaker TV Version” on The Widowmaker Heart Attack
How do you know if you have a Widowmaker?
One way to get valuable information or a baseline measurement on your heart attack risk assessment is by getting a Coronary Calcium Scan Test to get your current Coronary Heart Score for calcium. If you have questions about optimum vascular function please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you for support.
Natural Health and Coronary Artery Calcium Scoring
In some cases there has been non-drug supplementation used for coronary calcium score support that has been tested in clinical trials for years. Over $20 million has been spent on research, clinical trials, and on published scientific studies on this important topic. A coronary calcium scan test will help identify calcium plaque deposits.
Mayo Clinic: Heart scan (coronary calcium scan)
Natural Dietary Supplements for Support
One example of a dietary supplement for support describes”… a patented non-prescription compound shown in published clinical trials by cardiologists and radiologists to regress soft and calcified plaque volume as measured by decreased Coronary Artery Calcification (CAC) scores, improve lipid profiles, and to increase exercise tolerance.”
Reference: The Pathogenesis of Vascular Calcification, Kajandar O. Mezo G
What is Vascular Fitness?
Cardiovascular fitness refers to how well the human body’s blood cells, lungs and heart can supply blood to vascular tissues and muscles enabling them to become energized and move. Superior vascular fitness can help contribute to a longer lifespan, help with strength and physical endurance, and support mental cognition.
Achieving healthy veins and arteries is a fundamental health goal to preserve good health.
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