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Protecting from cerebrovascular event and related cognitive dysfunction and dementia

Protecting from cerebrovascular event and related cognitive dysfunction and dementia
  • Cardiometabolic
  • Hypertension

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Video

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Silent cerebral damage in hypertension
Hemorrhagic stroke
Ischaemic stroke
Dementia
cognitive dysfunction
High blood pressure
Blood pressure and dementia
Vascular structural changes in hypertension
Stroke
Dietary salt reduction
Secondary stroke prevention
Guidelines
Statins

MHO 2014 Audio lecture website Coca

Pro. A. Coca, from the Hospital Clínic University of Barcelona, presents the current evidence that hypertension in mid-life, if not treated effectively, negatively affects cognition and contributes to the development of dementia in later life. High blood pressure in the middle-aged can cause a long-term cumulative effects leading to increased severity of atherosclerosis and more vascular co-morbidities in late life.

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Target audience
Cardiologists, internists, General practitioners, physicians
EBAC
by Excemed
Cardiometabolic