HIV and Heart Disease

Individuals infected with HIV have a significantly increased risk for a variety of cardiovascular complications, including acute myocardial infarction, heart failure with both reduced and preserved ejection fraction, sudden cardiac death, peripheral arterial disease and stroke. Untreated HIV increases the risk of heart disease, but starting treatment right away after diagnosis can reduce these risks.


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