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The aim was to evaluate the effect of the location of habitation on myocardial infarction incidences in various zones. Survey was executed in the Heart Center, in between July 2012 to June 2014. Survey sample includes a sum of two hundred and fifty participant patients 67.2% masculines and 32.8% feminines and age range between 22 to 86 years; with an average of 61.92±15.1 years, who subjected cardiac ultrasound scanning were recorded in this potential study. Echocardiography studies were achieved using Esaote echocardiography apparatus with Phased array transducer with a frequency of 2.5 MHz. The average of the Quetelet index (QI) and the standard deviation was 28.66±5.4 kg/m2 .And their habitation areas were split into 3 sets in which 52.8% of the Capital District (CD); 30.4% of Urban District (UD); and 16.8%from Rural Distric (RD). Habitation areas display considerable relationship with myocardial infarction hazard around the earth. The spread has risen as pointed by researches in the last 10 years. Predictions for tomorrow also forecast a same tendency. The Necessity of the day is to follow up and carefully observe the spread of illness with conservation of suitable and elaborated information on hospital, society and other levels. This shall help in assessing the influence of exact calibration and strategies of fitness.


Echocardiography, Habitation Areas, Myocardial Infarction.
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