WASHINGTON: It is better to treat women with heart disease if women are diagnosed with heart disease. In a new study it has been claimed that it reduces the risk of death in women by 5.4 percent.
This is stated in the study of about 5.82 lakh cardiac patients in the United States at the University of Minnesota. Researchers believe that the male doctor can not understand the symptoms of the female patient, so that they can not get the right treatment. The reason for this is the appearance of different types of symptoms in both. Seth Karnahan, co-author of the study, told the University that when a person has a heart attack, his chest pain explains it. Women often start with symptoms like jaw and spinal cord, along with flu-like symptoms.