What Is the Life Expectany for Someone with a Low Ejection Fraction?

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Life expectancy for someone with a low ejection fraction can be determined by the shutting down of other organs especially kidney, to be on a safer side, your ejection fraction percentage should be at least able 60. Low ejection fraction is nothing to ignore especially if it's below 20%. Someone with 20% ejection fraction may not leave to see more four years.
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