Hypertension (chronically elevated arterial blood pressure) is one of the most common disorders worldwide. In the U.S., hypertension affects 1 in 4, or upwards of 50 million adults with only 70% being aware of their diagnosis. Hypertension is tightly linked with cardiovascular risk and fatal outcomes. One of the dangers of hypertension is its asymptomatic nature, as untreated hypertension can result in increased cardiac output, heart volume, and damage to arteries and vessel walls.
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Titolo: Oxford American Mini Handbook of Hypertension
Autori: Scheel - Choi
Editore: Oxford University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 10x17 cm
Peso: 0.1 kg