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According to the W.H.O, heart disease and stroke are recognized as number top killers in the world, the statistic has been increasing rapidly in these years. Medical experts have been suggesting more than 80% stroke cases can be preventable if the necessary precaution action had been taken before the stroke happened. Statistics shown that 15 million people suffer from stroke each year and of these, 5 million die and another 5 million becomes permanently disabled. What's more, the chances of total recovery for a stroke victim are only at a shocking 10%.

In Malaysia alone, 6 people are attacked by stroke every hour & 2/3 of these victims become permanently paralyzed.

According to World Health Organization

Heart Disease in Malaysia No.1 Killer

By the numbers, some statistics on cardiovascular disease in Malaysia

Cardiovascular disease generally refers to conditions that involve narrowed or blocked blood vessels that can lead to a heart attack, chest pain (angina) or stroke. Other heart conditions, such as those that affect your heart's muscle, valves or rhythm, also are considered forms of heart disease.

  • Cardiovascular disease is the top Killer in Malaysia, responsible for one-quarter of all hospital deaths.
  • The average age of Malaysians suffering a heart attack is 58.5 years old.
  • Males comprise nearly four in five ( 78.8% ) of hospital admissions for heart attacks.
  • Around one in four heart attack patients are less than 50 years old.

** Nearly half of heart attack patients ( 45% ) have three or more cardiovascular risk factors, with :

  • 77% being obese
  • 65% Having high blood pressure
  • 46% Having diabetes
  • 38% being smokers
  • 37% Having adnormal cholesterol levels

** Death rates for heart attacks in Malaysia are still considered high at 10.6% for heart attacks involving full thickness of the heart muscle, and 7.6 % for those involving Partial thickness of the heart muscle.

Health statistics 2014 and National Cardiovascular Database