You have an ejection fraction of 35% or less.
This process is usually associated with a continuous decline in ejection fraction.
A normal ejection fraction is more than 55% of the blood volume.
This reduction in the ejection fraction can manifest itself as heart failure.
In a healthy heart, the ejection fraction is more than 55%.
However, the doctors did not provide a crucial number known as the ejection fraction.
It is characterized by a decreased ejection fraction (less than 45%).
"We hope that the ejection fraction might get to about 40 percent in a few weeks, and if so it will lower the risk" of death.
Healthy individuals typically have ejection fractions between 50% and 65%.
However, recent studies have indicated that a preserved ejection fraction does not mean freedom from risk.