By incorporating geriatric medicine ideas into the normal care of older persons with cardiovascular disease, geriatric cardiology, a relatively young profession, aims to adapt coronary care to an aging population. Even though geriatric cardiomyopathy is still a young profession with few clinical programs, we think there will be a lot of room for expansion as the population continues to skew older and more complex individuals with CV disease. A certain geriatric demographic can have cardiac surgery with a low rate of operational death. Elderly individuals who have had surgery recover well and live long lives. In this category of patients, emergency and mitral procedures are less satisfying.
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