Ischemic heart disease: what is it, what treatments?

Ischemic heart disease: what is it, what treatments?

Heart disease is a heart disease. "When the heart muscle doesn't get enough oxygen, it's called ischemic heart disease," explains Dr. Stéphane Manzo-Silberman, cardiologist at Lariboisière Hospital (APHP). "It can be acute - it's a myocardial infarction - or chronic - it's stable angina. It affects men more than women." coronary diseases, of which 75% are over 75," recalls the High Health Authority (HAS). Who insists: "This is the fourth most common long-term disease after diabetes, cancer and psychiatric disorders."