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As per available reports about 22 relevant Journals, 92 Conferences, 22 National symposiums are presently dedicated exclusively to nonischemic cardiomyopathy. and about 159 articles are being published on nonischemic cardiomyopathy.
Nonischemic cardiomyopathy is a vague term that does not describe underlying pathology. Nonischemic cardiomyopathy of the heart is reminiscent of the term “interstitial infiltrate” on a chest radiograph. Similar to that of interstitial lung disease, the differential diagnosis of nonischemic cardiomyopathy is lengthy. Historically, nonischemic cardiomyopathies have been described by changes in the morphology or function of the heart. An enlarged, thickened heart was termed “hypertrophic” cardiomyopathy and a thin-walled enlarged heart was termed “dilated” cardiomyopathy. The heart could also be stiff and unable to relax normally due to infiltration—termed “restrictive” cardiomyopathy as in amyloidosis (infiltration by amyloid protein) or sarcoidosis (granulomatous involvement of the heart).
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Scope and importance:
Non-Ischemic cardiomyopathy involves loss of elasticity of the heart walls that prevents the heart from adequately filling with blood prior to contracting. Except when caused by viral infections, cardiomyopathy develops slowly and may produce no symptoms until the later stages. The disorder is relatively rare, accounting for only 1 percent of heart diseases fatalities in the United States, although it is one of the more common causes of serious heart disease in younger people. Cardiomyopathy due to coronary disease is very common in the elderly. Depending upon the type of cardiomyopathy, treatment may include medications, implantable devices or, in severe cases, a heart transplant.
Cardiomyopathy the is a heart disease. The damaged heart does not pump blood correctly. The disease usually progresses, and patients develop life-threatening heart failure. People with cardiomyopathy are also more likely to have irregular heartbeats or arrhythmias.
There are two categories of cardiomyopathy: ischemic and non-ischemic. Ischemic cardiomyopathy is most common. It occurs when the heart is damaged from heart attacks due to coronary artery disease. Non-ischemic cardiomyopathy is less common. It includes types of cardiomyopathy that are not related to coronary artery disease.
There are three main types of non-ischemic cardiomyopathy:
• Dilated—Damaged heart muscles lead to an enlarged, floppy heart. The heart stretches as it tries to make up for a weakened ability to pump.
• Hypertrophic—Heart muscle fibers enlarge abnormally. The heart does not relax correctly between beats. The heart wall thickens, leaving less space for blood to fill the chambers, so less blood is pumped from the heart.
• Restrictive—Parts of the heart wall stiffen. Thickening often occurs due to abnormal tissue invading the heart.
Restrictive cardiomyopathy involves loss of elasticity of the heart walls that prevents the heart from adequately filling with blood prior to contracting. Except when caused by viral infections, cardiomyopathy develops slowly and may produce no symptoms until the later stages. The disorder is relatively rare, accounting for only 1 percent of heart disease fatalities in the United States, although it is one of the more common causes of serious heart disease in younger people. Cardiomyopathy due to coronary disease is very common in the elderly. Depending upon the type of cardiomyopathy, treatment may include medications, implantable devices or, in severe cases, a heart transplant.
Non-Ischemic cardiomyopathy can develop at any age but it is more common among people aged between 20 years and 60 years. According to American Society for Clinical Investigation about 25% - 50% of the total Non-Ischemic cardiomyopathy cases are genetically caused, owing to mutation in genes encoding for cytoskeleton, contractile, or other proteins in myocardial cells. In terms of market revenue (USD million) for the period 2012 to 2020. The report also provides the compounded annual growth rate (CAGR %) for each of these segments for the forecast period from 2014 to 2020, considering 2012 and 2013 as base years. Geographic regions analysed for this market include North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World. The North American market comprises the United States and Canada.
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Relevant Society and Associations
1. European Society of Cardiology
2. Canadian Society of Echocardiography
3. Society of Thoracic surgeons
4. The American Society for Preventive Cardiology
5. Russian Society of Cardiology
6. European Society of Cardiology
7. Cardiological Society of India
8. ESC National Cardiac Societies
9. British Cardiovascular Society
10. AEPC Association for European Paediatric Cardiology
11. The International Society of Cardiology
12. Canadian Cardiovascular Society
13. American College of Cardiology
14. Coeliac Society of Ireland
15. Korean Society of Cardiology
16. Caribbean Cardiac Society
17. British Cardiovascular Intervention Society
18. Pediatric Interventional Cardiology Early Career Society
19. American Heart Association
20. World Heart Federation
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6. Abundant Home Care
7. Boston Scientific Corporation
8. Devicor Medical Products, Inc.
9. Endologix, Inc.
10. Ethicon, Inc.
11. Flexcell International Corporation
12. NovoStent Corporation
13. Seattle Urological Associates
14. Terumo Cardiovascular Systems Corporation
15. Vascular Pathways, Inc.
16. Cook Medical Incorporated
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