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  1. Hypertension, stroke and salt sensitivity in East Asians

    ... risk of cardiovascular diseases and may decrease the risk of stroke more than that of ischaemic heart disease. 5 They also noted that ... in the highest tertile, which was primarily due to stroke. There was a strong association of mean sodium intake with stroke in ...

  2. Article review: Impact of Age on the Importance of Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressures for Stroke Risk. The MOnica, Risk, Genetics, Archiving, and Monograph (MORGAM) Project

    ... Hypertension Tags Article review stroke risk Systolic blood pressure diastolic blood pressure MORGAM ... and diastolic blood pressure ( DBP ) on fatal and nonfatal stroke from a total of 68,551 participants aged 19 to 78 years without ...

  3. Swedish Society of Hypertension, Stroke and Vascular Medicine

    Information for healthcare professionals only....

  4. Recommended reading

    ... of retinopathy and retinal microvascular abnormalities with stroke and cerebrovascular disease. Stroke 2016;47:2862-4. Elegant clinical study showing that ...

  5. Recommended Reading – Key Published Papers from 2016 as chosen by our Scientific Committee Members

    ... of retinopathy and retinal microvascular abnormalities with stroke and cerebrovascular disease. Stroke 2016;47:2862-4. Elegant clinical study showing that abnormalities ...

  6. Heart rate reduction as a goal in hypertension

    ... with less than 140 mmHg, but there was a reduction in stroke 3 . Also, in the Randomised Olmesartan and Diabetes Microalbuminuria ... although further reductions may be beneficial in preventing stroke or renal disease. 1. Mancia G, Laurent S, Agabiti-Rosei E, et al. ...

  7. Protecting from cerebrovascular event and related cognitive dysfunction and dementia

    ... Silent cerebral damage in hypertension Hemorrhagic stroke Ischaemic stroke Dementia cognitive dysfunction High blood pressure Blood ...

  8. Scientific highlights: 4th European – Middle East forum on cardiovascular risks

    ... antagonists Deidre Lane (UK) reminded the delegates that stroke is the most important CV event related to atrial fibrillation and stroke prevention is central to the modern management of nonvalvular atrial ...

  9. Complex management of comorbid hypertension, diabetes and thyroid disorders

    ... range and pre-existing CV disease, to help prevent stroke and major CV events Renin–angiotensin–aldosterone system ... to improve clinical outcome in terms of prevention of stroke and major CV events’.   Heart rate – key predictor of CV ...

  10. Congress Report: 20th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Egyptian Hypertension Society (EHS)

    ... between systolic blood pressure and mortality from stroke and ischaemic heart disease, which increases with patient age. In ... of hypertension and the reduction in the relative risk of stroke and coronary heart disease depend on the degree of blood pressure ...

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