03 Mar, 2023


Sushmita Sen Undergoes Angioplasty After Suffering a Heart Attack

By FactsWow Team

Famous actress's update

A former Miss Universe and Bollywood actress shared an important health update on her Instagram account just two days ago that she suffered a heart attack.

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Sushmita Sen's healthy life

With a healthy lifestyle and strict workout regimen, Sushmita Sen has been deemed one of the fittest Bollywood divas ever. 

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Recent update on her Instagram

Her Instagram post shows her in a photo; Sen said she had just undergone an angioplasty and is now fine. An attack of heart disease had just occurred a few days earlier.

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Sushmita's explanation

Myocardial infarction occurs when the blood flow in the heart is restricted or completely obstructed. Sushmita Sen recently had a heart attack, the medical term for a heart attack.

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How a heart attack occurs?

As the blood flow in the heart is restricted, the tissues of the heart are without oxygen. Heart attacks are sometimes silent and unnoticeable, but in others, they can be fatal.

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A myocardial infarction symptom

Heart attacks include breathing difficulties, dizziness, rising blood pressure, and fainting. The symptoms also accompany sudden and sharp pains between shoulder blades, arms, chest, jaw, left arm, or upper abdomen.

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Notice these symptoms

Infarction can lead to lightheadedness, dizziness, irregular breathing, incoherence, anxiety, chest pressure, impending doom, palpitations, shortness of breath, and shoulder discomfort.

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The post-operative care process

Depending on the person's condition, returning to normal activities may take 3 to 4 days for a healthy person, while a co-morbidity sufferer may require over a week.

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Diet after the operation

An individual who undergoes such an operation should have a strict diet consisting of low carbohydrate, salt, and oil intake. On top of that, each physical activity after such an operation should be closely monitored.

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Guidelines for cooking food

A simple, home-cooked diet without much oil should be given to a patient until he or she fully recovers, according to Dr G R Kane, Director, of Cardiology, at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital Navi Mumbai. 

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Differences in the surgery

Dr Kane stressed that modern angioplasty is far better than traditional bypass surgery regarding diet and exercise.

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