Prevention of C. A. D. in India: A Novel Approach
Coronary artery disease is the greatest cause of death worldwide, with atherosclerosis as the primary culprit. The bulk of traditional and emerging risk variables fail to explain the onset of the disease. A few representative case studies of people who have had a significant coronary event yet have no risk factors are described. These instances’ personal histories have been analysed, and highly important and intriguing data have been derived, as well as a fresh hypothesis suggested. Understanding and implicating them would have a huge impact on the prevention of our society’s coronary heart disease epidemic.
N. C. Krishnamani
Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, Delhi, India.