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Might commonly prescribed antidepressants increase the risk of incident hypertension?Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine
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Although we tend to associate high blood pressure with heart attacks and strokes, new evidence suggests it’s also linked to dementia. Here, we reveal what you can be doing to minimise the risks.
Source: the Mail online | Health - Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news
Pulmonary artery denervation improved hemodynamic and clinical outcomes at 6 months, but design flaws in the sham-controlled study may muddy the results, a clinical trials expert cautions.Medscape Medical News
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HIGH BLOOD pressure doesn ’t usually have symptoms, however sometimes there are certain signs which could indicate the condition. One such symptom is pain in a particular part of the body.
Source: Daily Express - Health - Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news
CONCLUSIONS Rational blood pressure lowering was beneficial to the functional outcomes of patients during acute phase of lacunar infarcts, and combination therapy was better than mono-drug therapy. PMID: 30243025 [PubMed - in process]
Source: Medical Science Monitor - Category: Research Tags: Med Sci Monit Source Type: research
This study aimed to identify the risk factors associated with complications and/or graft failure in kidney transplant patients with sepsis. A total of 14,658 kidney transplant patients with sepsis, identified in the National Inpatient Sample (NIS) database (data from 2005-2014), were included in the study and classified into three groups: patients without complications or graft failure/dialysis (Group 1), patients with complications only (Group 2), and patients with complications and graft failure/dialysis (Group 3). Multinomial logistic regression analyses were conducted to evaluate factors associated with kidney transpla...
Source: Bosnian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences - Category: General Medicine Tags: Bosn J Basic Med Sci Source Type: research
CONCLUSION: During COH for IVF treatment, DPA showed no changes in arterial stiffness during the follicular phase or in early pregnancy, but increased arterial stiffness in central and peripheral arteries in the early luteal phase. The result suggests a hormonal hemodynamic activation counteracting the effects of estrogen. PMID: 30238809 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: Hypertension in Pregnancy - Category: OBGYN Tags: Hypertens Pregnancy Source Type: research
Authors: Papendieck C, Barbosa L, Amore M, Martinez Allende R, Mogollon G, Gomez Rueda S, Gomez M Abstract Truncular venous malformations and acquired functional or anatomical venous occlusions (or sub-occlusions) can be the cause of secondary lymphedema and even the cause of primary lymphedema when they are associated with lymphatic malformations (lymphangiodysplasia - LAD I, lymphadenodysplasia - LAD II, or a combination of both) in pediatric patients. This understanding recognizes the shared and successive embryogenesis of both systems. These conditions can exhibit hypertension in the venous pedicles intended fo...
Source: Lymphology - Category: Internal Medicine Tags: Lymphology Source Type: research
This study examines the relationship between anxiolytic medications (AXM) on outcomes following ventral hernia repair.MethodsA single-center review of prospectively obtained perioperative and 30-day outcome data, including AXM use at admission, as part of the National Surgery Quality Improvement Program.ResultsSixty-three of the 393 patients who presented for ventral hernia repair were taking an AXM (15.6%). AXM users were more likely to have a higher ASA class, dyspnea, and treated hypertension (p 
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ConclusionThis study used readily available electronic health record data to highlight comorbidities that are more common among obese pediatric patients in academic family medicine practice, thus providing information that could potentially facilitate more timely screening and intervention.
Source: International Journal of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine - Category: Pediatrics Source Type: research
Publication date: Available online 21 September 2018Source: Journal of Herbal MedicineAuthor(s): Wai-Jo Jocelin Chan, Andrew J. McLachlan, Nial J. Wheate, Joanna E. HarnettAbstractGarlic is one of the most commonly used herbal medicines worldwide. There is medium quality evidence to support that specific garlic formulations at specific doses have an antihypertensive effect in a cohort of individuals with hypertension. There is lower quality evidence for garlic’s hypolipidaemic effects. While there are many garlic products available in Australian pharmacies, it is unclear if these products are formulated based on the ...
Source: Journal of Herbal Medicine - Category: Complementary Medicine Source Type: research
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