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Iqra
Iqraabout 2 months ago
Systolic heart failure

Systolic heart failure

If you have systolic heart failure, the left ventricle of your heart, which pumps most of the blood, has become weak. This may happen because it's gotten bigger. Since it's larger, the ventricle can't contract the way it should. Because of that, your heart doesn't pump with enough force to push blood throughout your body.

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