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Kyle Fischer Aug 2
This past week on my AmbCare APPE, I got the chance to talk about HTN in front of a multidisciplinary team. I shared this infographic to serve as a quick reference when managing HTN ❤️
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Dr Paul Kasenene Jul 29
Avocados are abundant in most parts of Africa. They're nature's & one of the healthiest foods known. They are high in good fat, nutrients and they have lots of benefits. Avocados are great for the skin, , , our immunity and also fight disease
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Am Soc Ped Neph Jul 31
The hypertensive neonate
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European Society of Cardiology Journals Jul 28
Le et al. found that their index, derived from volume and wall thickness, provides mechanistic insights, and is a convenient approach of risk stratification of patients with LV hypertrophy
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UNSW Medicine 2h
One of the most prescribed high blood pressure drugs in Australia has shown links to increased risks of developing skin cancer among older Australians, shows a new study by Medicine researchers. Read:
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HeartHealthMatters Jul 31
Tandrust Punjab HWCs are playing an immense role in delivering health care services at the doorstep of the community and in this regard CHOs are forefront healthcare providers.
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Cristina Dragani Aug 1
During this period of intense summer heat, those suffering from hypotension may experience drops in pressure. To increase blood pressure, I suggest drinking water and possibly ingest licorice or drink a tea with licorice root.
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AmericanHeart Austin 14h
Join Texas health care leaders and experts at the 2020 Texas Hypertension Control Summit virtual series, launching August 18. Together, we can improve control statewide!
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Hypertension Reversal Aug 2
Stress appears to play a minor role in people with .
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The Breather Aug 1
Hypertension and Respiratory Therapy ▹▸ 6 weeks of respiratory muscle training (RMT) increased respiratory muscle strength and improved fatigue and exercise capacity in patients. CLINICAL STUDY key findings:
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Hypertension Reversal Aug 3
Secondary is more common in preadolescent children, with most cases caused by renal disease.
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Kirsty McKinlay🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Jul 31
Helping the medication work it's magic 🤞
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Hypertension Reversal Aug 2
Insulin resistance, which is common in obesity and is a component of metabolic syndrome, is also thought to contribute to .
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High Blood Pressure Research Council of Australia 9h
The HBPRCA are delighted to advise we will be running a fully virtual “Annual Scientific Meeting Experience” on the 3rd and 4th of December 2020! Please spread the word and submit your abstract & register at
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Babraham Research Campus 8m
Congratulations to on being awarded £250,000 continuity funding to support clinical evaluation of a drug & digital combination product for and monitoring. Info:
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Copenhagen Cardiovascular Research Center Aug 1
In pts initiating anti-hypertension treatment, 💊 N Carlson et al. found the 6-month risk of a CV event was 1.4% [1.1–1.9] & 3.5% [2.4–5.2] w/ creatinine increase of 0% and 30%, respectively.
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European Hospital Jul 31
: L-type calcium channel blockers (LCCBs) — the most widely used drugs for treating — may harm the heart as much as help it, according to a new study at .
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Am Soc Ped Neph Jul 27
Central SBP and executive function in children and adolescents with primary and secondary
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Hypertension Reversal Aug 2
Secondary can be caused by endocrine conditions, such as Cushing's syndrome, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, acromegaly.
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Anesthesia&Analgesia Jul 29
Hypertension is common in pts for non-obstetric, non-cardiac elective surgery: the authors developed an algorithm to outline stages of & to treat this problem for patients seen during the visit
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