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With louder murmurs, there are medications which can support how the heart pumps and prolong a good quality of life. These drugs include angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, diuretics, and positive inotropes. A particularly important medication is pimobendan (TM Vetmedin.)How can one prevent heart murmur?
You can effectively reduce your risk of developing an abnormal heart murmur by following these six tips: Eat a healthy diet. Exercise regularly. Quit smoking. Cut down on alcohol. Keep pre-existing illnesses, such as high blood pressure, diabetes or high cholesterol, under control.What is a heart murmur and what can cause it?
Innocent heart murmurs are caused by blood flowing through your heart faster than usual. This can be caused by: anaemia (when you don’t have enough healthy red blood cells to carry a normal amount of oxygen around your body). Abnormal heart murmurs are caused by a problem with your heart. The problem could be:Can you fix a heart murmur?
Some abnormal heart murmurs can be managed with medication. Some common medications used to treat heart murmurs include the following: beta blockers or ACE inhibitors —medications that lower your blood pressure aspirin or warfarin —these medications are anti-coagulants because they help prevent blood clots from forming