Is the blood vessel blocked? Look at the ear?His face?Toes?The doctor reminds: all wrong, is to see here

2022-05-22 0 By

Blood vessels are our lifeline. They carry blood and oxygen.Once the blood vessels are blocked, then you get ischemia, you get hypoxia;Continuous ischemia can lead to tissue necrosis.When blood vessels are blocked in vital areas such as the heart, lungs and head, heart attacks, lung attacks and brain attacks can occur, often with fatal results.So how do we tell if a blood vessel is blocked?Some people say if you look at the earlobe, there’s a crease in the earlobe and the blood vessel gets blocked.Most of the patients that we treat in the hospital for myocardial infarction or cerebral infarction, they don’t have what’s called earlobe creases.A cardiologist never looks for earlobe creases when diagnosing a person for blockages.This was just a British idea in 1973, but it wasn’t really used in the clinic, because it wasn’t practical, it didn’t have much value.Someone says to see facial expression, face is dark, explain have congestion, explain blood vessel blocked.This method has never been used clinically.When seeing a doctor, it is true that we will look at the facial expression. Whether it is looking at the right way in traditional medicine, or looking at the right way in modern medicine, it is actually seeing a doctor.But no one can tell by looking at their face if a vein is blocked.Someone said to look at toes, toes tingling, toes cold that blood vessels blocked.Extremities are numb or extremities send cool reason is a lot of, sometimes it is really extremities, especially lower limb blood vessel was blocked, but this is to judge lower limb blood vessel is blocked at best a preliminary method that blocked, and prohibit.Is the key, we care more about the blood vessels of the heart, lung blood vessels and blood vessel.Because the blockage of the blood vessels in these three areas is often fatal, you can’t tell whether the blood vessels in these important areas are blocked by looking at the earlobe, face, or lower limbs.So as a cardiologist, how do you judge whether the blood vessels in key areas are blocked?1, the heart of the blood vessels blocked 1, complete blockage of the heart vessels completely blocked, generally because of acute thrombosis, caused by acute myocardial infarction.Doctors diagnose myocardial infarction with three indicators: a patient’s persistent symptoms of angina, a patient’s ELECTROcardiogram with ST-elevation or t-spike, and a patient’s proportionately elevated troponin or cardiac enzymes.Two of the three criteria are needed to diagnose an acute myocardial infarction, a blockage of a blood vessel in the heart.2, stenosis A, severe stenosis, generally more than 75%, at this time the patient may appear the symptoms of angina pectoris;Doctors will be based on the patient’s angina performance, a preliminary judgment of patients with severe narrowing of blood vessels.At the same time can be combined with ecg, exercise test examination to assist in diagnosis.A more accurate method is a coronary CT or coronary angiography.B, moderate stenosis, but when the stenosis of the heart vessels exceeds 50%, we call it coronary heart disease.If it’s not more than 70%, most people are asymptomatic, so you can’t tell by symptoms.If further investigation is necessary, coronary CT or coronary angiography should be performed under the guidance of doctors.C, mild stenosis, less than 50% stenosis is generally called plaque, no symptoms, also not called coronary heart disease.Theoretically, this should be known by coronary CT or angiography.But this degree of plaque, generally no symptoms, there is no need for CT or angiography, control three high healthy life on the line.Pulmonary blood vessel blockage, called pulmonary infarction, also known as pulmonary embolism, the thrombus is not a pulmonary blood vessel thrombosis, but the thrombosis of other parts of the body falls down, runs to the pulmonary blood vessel, blocked the pulmonary blood vessel.Such as lower limb venous thrombosis, amniotic fluid embolism, tumor embolism and so on.Typical symptoms of pulmonary embolism: dyspnea, chest tightness, chest pain, low blood pressure, rapid heart rate, lack of oxygen and so on.Combined with the large manifestation of ECG S1Q3T3 and the comprehensive diagnosis of D-2 polymer, additional CT diagnosis of lung was performed when necessary.Three, cerebrovascular blockage cerebrovascular blockage completely, namely when cerebral infarction, the vast majority of people can have symptoms: hemiplegia, aphasia, hemiplegia, limb strength asymmetry, speech expression is not accurate, mouth eye askew, walk deviation and so on.The diagnosis can be confirmed by brain CT or MRI.Since most of the blood vessels of cerebral infarction come from the carotid artery, carotid artery color ultrasound examination can be carried out at ordinary times to see whether there is plaque in the blood vessels and what the size and nature of plaque are, which can also help judge the risk of cerebral infarction in the future.Some cerebral infarction is caused by atrial fibrillation, so patients with atrial fibrillation are also prone to cerebral infarction.In short, the body is full of blood vessels, different parts of the blood vessel blockage, the symptoms are not the same, the examination method is not the same.But certainly by looking at the ear, looking at the eyes, looking at the face, looking at the toes and so on it is impossible to tell whether the blood vessels are blocked.But the causes of these blockages are similar, blockages of the heart and blood vessels, which are basically caused by atherosclerosis.So preventing atherosclerosis is preventing clogging.Atherosclerosis is mainly caused by hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, obesity, excessive smoking and alcohol, sedentary, unhealthy diet, staying up late, pressure and so on.So, rather than discussing blood vessels blocked blocked, it is better to do their own, prevention is the most important!Plan one