Heart Diseases

Cardiac Arrest vs Asystole

Cardiac Arrest vs Asystole
Cardiac Arrest is a heart condition where the heart does not contract properly, thereby failing to effectively circulate blood to the other organs. Cardiac arrest is brought on by irregular beating of the...

Cardiac Arrest vs Respiratory Arrest

Cardiac Arrest vs Respiratory Arrest
Cardiac Arrest is a heart condition where the heart does not contract properly, thereby failing to effectively circulate blood to the other organs. Cardiac arrest is brought on by irregular beating of the...

Heart Attack vs Heart Failure

Heart Attack vs Heart Failure
Heart attack is when the blood flow to the heart is restricted causing the heart cells to die. The lack of blood flow is caused by a partial blockage to the a coronary artery causing the rupture of a...

Cardiac Arrest vs Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac Arrest vs Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Cardiac Arrest is a heart condition where the heart does not contract properly, thereby failing to effectively circulate blood to the other organs. Cardiac arrest brought on suddenly is known as Sudden Cardiac...

GERD vs Heartburn

GERD vs Heartburn
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a medical condition in which digestive acid in the stomach flows into the esophagus causing pain and discomfort. The diseases is caused by changes in the barrier...

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