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Cardiovascular Diseases in India What to Expect in 2019

Cardiovascular Diseases in India has seen an alarming growth in last decade. In 1990 around 15% of deaths in India were due to Cardiovascular diseases, now this has increased by 28% due to many different factors.
Globally, cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the number one cause of death and more people die every year from CVDs than any other cause. In 2016, approximately 17.9 million people died from CVDs that accounted for 31 percent of all global deaths in that year. Low and middle-income countries are the most affected, as more than three-quarters of deaths are caused by cardiovascular diseases in these nations. About 37 percent of premature deaths in low and middle-income countries are due to cardiovascular diseases. Case fatality ratio of cardiovascular diseases in low-income countries is much higher as compared to middle and high-income countries. In 2013, all member states of the WHO agreed to be part of a ‘Global action plan for the prevention and control of NCDs 2013-2020’. As part of the plan, the countries aim to lower the number of premature deaths from NCDs by 25 percent by the year 2025 through nine voluntary global targets. Of these, two global targets are designed to directly work on the prevention and control of cardiovascular diseases.

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