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Keywords: Bivariate analysis, Hypertension, Prevalence, Rawalpindi-Islamabad, Risk factors.
He said that the Hypertension is one of the leading psychiatric and completely depressive illness that causing serious threats to human life.
Lead author Sonia Grandi said that the study highlights the need for long-term follow-up of women with a history of hypertension during pregnancy to provide early management of risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
Abdul Hameed Memon informed that hypertension makes the people to drive attention from one thing to another due to lot of stress by which they can't be able to concentrate on their Goals in a better way for fulfilling their tasks and also can't be able to achieve their Goals.
Hypertension 2017 will delight the huge gathering with a cordial theme of "New insights in diagnosis and management for hypertension" and anticipates the presence of renowned speakers including doctors, professors, scientists, research fellows, students, business professionals and many more from leading universities, companies and medical research institutions, hospitals sharing their novel researches in the arena of Cardiology, Medicine and Healthcare
She urged Filipinos to support the campaign by getting screened this month for hypertension and other noncommunicable diseases like diabetes at local health centers, rural health units or hospitals.
The occurrence of hypertension in children and teenagers is also increasing.
Niiranen and his coinvestigators divided the Offspring cohort into four groups based upon parental hypertension status.
Hypertension is a major modifiable risk factor for heart attacks and strokes; thus, one major Million Hearts objective is to increase by 10 million the number of persons in the United States whose hypertension is under control (7).
Rashid Naseem Khan Principal of Liaquat College of Medicine and Dentistry spoke about hypertension in pregnancy.
Commenting on the event, QU VP for Medical Education and CMED dean Dr Egon Toft said: Hypertension is occurring when the higher number is 140mmHg or more and/or the lower number is 90mmHg or more.
Vital hypertension is the hypertension that has no known reason, hereditary elements may include in it.