Congestive Heart Disease

Congestive Heart Disease is the incapability of the heart to pump and supply adequate blood supply to the body.


Congestive Heart Disorder can lead to heart failure, which is extremely life-threatening. The heart is the primary organ that is responsible to provide sufficient blood supply to every part of the body. It is a literal pump machine. The heart pumps blood to the pulmonary system throughthe right ventricle to oxygenate the blood and pumps blood to every part of the body through the left ventricle. Without the heart the body would die of hypoxia and systemic organ failure.

Congestive Heart Failure Symptoms

Congestive Heart Failure Symptoms will depend on which side of the heart is injured or damaged.


Congestive Heart Disease or Congestive Heart Failure doesn’t literally mean that the heart has already stopped. It’s a case wherein the heart doesn’t function like it used to and the other organs of the body doesn’t receive sufficient blood supply.  There are two types of Congestive Heart Disease classified according to where the damage is located – Left-Sided Heart Failure and Right-Sided Heart Failure.

Rheumatic Heart Disease

If you want to prevent Rheumatic Heart Disease, don’t ignore Rheumatic Fever let it progresses into the deadly disease.


Rheumatic Hear Disease is a complication of Rheumatic Fever. If rheumatic fever damages the valves of the heart, Rheumatic Heart Disease will occur. The permanent injury of the valves of the heart can lead to various complications and is potentially life-threatening. Learning about both conditions and how to identify them will help prevent them from happening.