SCAD as the Cause of Heart Attack in Young Women

Full recovery is possible, but steps should be taken to protect the heart from that point on.


Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD), the disease that cause the vast majority of heart attacks, is a disease of aging. Most men with ASCVD experience their first heart attack in their mid-60s; women in their early 70s.

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