1 edition of Essential hypertension found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edward D. Frohlich, guest editor|
|Series||The Medical clinics of North America -- v.81, no.5, Medical clinics of North America -- v.81, no.5|
|Contributions||Frohlich, Edward D., 1931-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, p. 107--1245 :|
|Number of Pages||1245|
Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The definition of essential hypertension is a difficult task. At best it can be defined by a process of exclusion. One may say that by essential hypertension one means those cases of high blood pressure where no previous renal disease can be demonstrated either clinically or anatomically. The term essential hypertension is as a matter of fact a confession of our ignorance.
Essential hypertension is also called primary hypertension to differentiate it from secondary hypertension, which is the elevated pressure that accompanies identifiable causes like renal artery stenosis. About 90% to 95% of all hypertension arises from an unknown cause, so the vast majority of hypertension is “essential” (Box ). Essential hypertension can be defined as a rise in blood pressure of unknown cause that increases risk for cerebral, cardiac, and renal events. In industrialised countries, the risk of becoming hypertensive (blood pressure >/90 mm Hg) during a lifetime exceeds 90%. Essential hypertension usually clusters with other cardiovascular risk factors such as ageing, being overweight, insulin.
Oct 27, · Primary (essential) hypertension is diagnosed in the absence of an identifiable secondary cause. Approximately % of adults with hypertension have primary hypertension, whereas secondary hypertension accounts for around % of the cases. The major contents of the book should be in accordance with the ESH/ESC Guidelines for the management of arterial hypertension. A list of differences between the ESH/ESC Guidelines and the book (with respect to diagnosis, treatment and management of arterial hypertension) should be provided by the authors.
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Most cases of hypertension are idiopathic which is also known as essential hypertension. It has long been suggested that an increase in salt intake increases the risk of developing hypertension. One of the described factors for the development of essential hypertension is.
Essential Hypertension and Its Causes offers a synthesis which can never be gained from a standard text book. Essential hypertension book It will appeal to all those with a serious interest in hypertension."-- It will appeal to all those with a serious interest in hypertension."--Cited by: Essential (primary) Hypertension is the most current, concise, and practical step-by-step guide to the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of hypertension.
This book provides all the knowledge base needed to identify and manage patients with Hypertension. 60% of those over the age of 60 suffer from Hypertension, a disease which affects hundreds of millions of individuals worldwide.
New tools of calcium agonists and antagonists have become available to research into the mechanism, prevention, and treatment of essential hypertension at the molecular, subcellular, and cellular levels of arterial smooth muscle, at the organ level of arterial vessels, as well as at the total systemic level.
Hypertension was generally defined as a blood pressure reading of over 90 or higher, but new guidelines issued in define hypertension as over 80 or higher. Presssures of – over less than 80 are considered elevated. When the cause is unknown, the hypertension is called primary, or essential, hypertension.
Jul 11, · In as many as 95% of reported high blood pressure cases in the U.S., the underlying cause cannot be determined. This type of high blood pressure is called essential hypertension. American Heart Association. American Medical Association. American Heart Association. American Medical Association.
Essential or primary hypertension occurs when the condition has no known cause. This form of hypertension cannot be cured, but it can be controlled. More than 90% of individuals with hypertension have essential hypertension.
Genetic factor may play an important role in the development of essential hypertension. When hypertension is caused. Jan 12, · Hypertension occurs when the force of blood is stronger than it should be normally.
Most cases of high blood pressure are classified as essential hypertension. The other kind of hypertension is secondary hypertension. Secondary hypertension is high blood pressure that has an identifiable cause, such as kidney rafaelrvalcarcel.com: Rose Kivi.
Prevalence of essential hypertension increases with age, and individuals with relatively high blood pressure at younger ages are at increased risk for the subsequent development of hypertension.
Hypertension can increase the risk of cerebral, cardiac, and renal rafaelrvalcarcel.comlty: Cardiology. Dec 09, · Essential hypertension, a rise in blood pressure of undetermined cause, includes 90% of all hypertensive cases and is a highly important public health challenge that remains, however, a major modifiable cause of morbidity and mortality.
This review emphasizes Cited by: ‘Essential hypertension’ is high blood pressure for which there is no clearly defined aetiology. From a practical perspective, it is best defined as that level of blood pressure at which treatment to lower blood pressure results in significant clinical benefit—a level which will vary from patient to patient depending on their absolute cardiovascular risk.
PSAP BOOK 1 t Cardiology 8 Hypertension readings of –/80–89 mm Hg should receive drug ther-apy (Muntner ). Hypertension prevalence increases as patients age. Using the lower threshold as defined by the ACC/AHA guide-lines, the prevalence of hypertension for patients 20–44 years of age is 30% in men and 19% in women.
Pathological increase in blood pressure defined as one of the following: History of hypertension diagnosed and treated with medication, diet, and/or exercise; On at least 2 separate occasions, documented blood pressure greater than mm Hg systolic and/or 90 mm Hg diastolic in patients without diabetes or chronic kidney disease, or blood pressure greater than mm Hg systolic or 80.
The late effects of hypotensive drug therapy on renal functions of patients with essential hypertension. Pages Reubi, F. rafaelrvalcarcel.com: $ Essential Hypertension is a concise and practical step-by-step guide to the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of hypertension.
Ninety percent of the population over the age of 60 have a lifetime risk of developing hypertension, a disease which affects hundreds of millions of individuals worldwide. Essential hypertension (also called primary hypertension or idiopathic hypertension) is the form of hypertension that by definition has no identifiable cause.
[rafaelrvalcarcel.com] Thus, essential hypertension in human beings is shown to be similar to the hypertension seen in spontaneously hypertensive rats in that both can be corrected by transplantation of a kidney from a normotensive.
Primary (essential) hypertension. For most adults, there's no identifiable cause of high blood pressure. This type of high blood pressure, called primary (essential) hypertension, tends to develop gradually over many years.
Secondary hypertension. Some people have high blood pressure caused by an underlying condition. Genetics and Pathophysiology of Essential Hypertension Edited by Madhu Khullar This book, authored by renowned researchers in the field of Hypertension Research, details the state of the art knowledge in genetics, genomics and pathophysiology of Essential hypertension, specifically the genetic determinants of hypertension and role of gene variants in response to anti-hypertensive rafaelrvalcarcel.com: Madhu Khullar.
Essential Hypertension. Essential hypertension is defined as three or more blood pressure readings taken over three visits separated by weeks whose average exceeds /90 (i.e., systolic blood pressure of mm Hg and diastolic blood pressure of 90 mm Hg).
Genetics and Pathophysiology of Essential Hypertension 4 mechanisms can not be isolated, and are probably more complex. Subsequently the complexity raises the possibility that undesired anomalies will develop. This is the reason why many disorders can occur .Hypertension may be primary, which may develop as a result of environmental or genetic causes, or secondary, which has multiple etiologies, including renal, vascular, and endocrine causes.
Primary or essential hypertension accounts for % of adult cases, and secondary hypertension accounts for % of cases. See Presentation for more detail.Malignant hypertension, or dangerously high blood pressure, is a medical emergency.
Learn more from WebMD about the signs, risk factors, and treatments for this condition.