Coronary Artery Disease Care

Our trained caregivers are experienced in providing care to elderly with Coronary Artery Disease

What is it?

Coronary artery disease (CAD), the most common type of heart disease, is a condition where plaque progressively builds up in arteries and restricts adequate blood flow to the heart muscles. This can lead to serious health problems, including heart attacks.

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An estimated 1 in 12 Canadian adults age 20 and over live with diagnosed heart disease

Early warning signs

Early warning signs

Impact on Quality of Life

CAD, like any other heart disease, can affect various aspects of one's life. An affected individual may find that they have to completely transform their lifestyle to manage their condition, such as making significant altercations to their diet. Problems such as depression and anxiety may also arise from a CAD diagnosis.

Impact on Quality of Life

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