Heart disease affects Indians ahead of western counterparts, say doctors



Doctors and medical staff make a heart of rose petals and demonstrate CPR during a heart attack, on the occasion of World Heart Day at a hospital in Mumbai on Monday. (HT Photo)


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Doctors and medical staff make a heart of rose petals and demonstrate CPR during a heart attack, on the occasion of World Heart Day at a hospital in Mumbai on Monday. (HT Photo)

LUCKNOW Prevention and treatment services for cardiovascular diseases have been severely disrupted amid healthcare providers more focused on combating spread of vector-borne and Covid infections, said health experts.

“With the growing burden of heart failure in India, there is need to recognise it as a public health priority. However, another barrier to care that needs to be overcome is poor adherence to

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