By Edouard Battegay, George L. Bakris, Gregory Y.H. Lip
Prepared in a reader-friendly structure, this reference collects an unlimited volume of knowledge at the underlying mechanisms of high blood pressure and applies them to daily medical practices -- targeting contemporary advancements in sufferer administration, in addition to the molecular, organic, physiological, pathophysiological, and pharmacological elements of high blood pressure.
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Equipped in a reader-friendly structure, this reference collects an unlimited volume of data at the underlying mechanisms of high blood pressure and applies them to day by day medical practices -- concentrating on contemporary advancements in sufferer administration, in addition to the molecular, organic, physiological, pathophysiological, and pharmacological elements of high blood pressure.
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In a cross-sectional survey, Smith (29) studied hypertension in Sherpa men living in urban and rural regions of Nepal. Sherpas comprise a population of TibetoBurmese origin, and are world-renowned as high-altitude mountain guides. Individuals enrolled in this study were either living at lower altitude Kathmandu (1330 m) or at higher altitude in the Khumbu region (3400 – 3900 m). The results of this investigation suggested that the modernization of the last few years may have had a negative impact on blood pressure among the Sherpa population.
19 19 19 20 20 20 21 European Society of Hypertension/European Society of Cardiology Guidelines on hypertension. Operational definition of hypertension is based on values indicated by Guidelines. Differences exist between European and American Guidelines on blood pressure normality and abnormality. Classification of hypertension is based on disease evaluation, magnitude of blood pressure increase as well as on etiology. An useful classification based on evaluation of global cardiovascular risk is that proposed by the SUMMARY This chapter will provide conceptual as well as practical definitions of hypertension, the latter being based on the 2003 Guidelines on diagnosis and treatment of the hypertension issued by European and American Institutions.
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Hypertension: Principles and Practice by Edouard Battegay, George L. Bakris, Gregory Y.H. Lip