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Arterial hypertension is a common health condition in developed and less developed countries. Until now, no one has been able to decrease the occurrence of this ailment. The most probable cause for this is the inadequacy of the available high blood pressure treatments.
In this work, we have given a definition of what blood pressure is and we have stated that risk factors might point out that a person can develop this condition. The duties, regulations, and work tasks, which the medical staff i. In the theoretical section, we have described ways of measuring blood pressure, and the etymology and aetiology of the said condition, as well as risk factors and prognosis.
The treatment process and prevention of arterial hypertension have also been described. Survey methodology. We used a descriptive method of work to obtain the desired data. Therefore, we used an anonymous questionnaire, which consisted of 15 questions.
Research results. According to the gathered data, it has been concluded that the majority of the participants in the research lead an unhealthy lifestyle.
They do, however, adhere to the prescribed therapy, although they are not willing to change their current lifestyle. The participants were well aware of high blood pressure risks and factors, but were not aware of the consequences of the said condition. It is, therefore, crucial to make sure that the nurses medical staff possess the necessary degree of health education to ensure that preventative measures, they are taking, prove effective. According to the awareness of risk factors and education of people in the high blood pressure, we can plan health education better.
Therefore, prevention work of nurses is important.
Chronic systemic inflammation is thought to have a pivotal role in increased cardiovascular disease risk in rheumatoid arthritis, contributing to vascular damage endothelial dysfunction, accelerated atherosclerosis and atherosclerotic plaque instability. Among the classic cardiovascular risk factors, hypertension has a prominent role in rheumatoid arthritis patients. An increased prevalence of hypertension in rheumatoid arthritis patients was found in a number of studies, but not in all. The mechanisms leading to frequent hypertension in rheumatoid arthritis patients are not clear; the association is likely due to a complex interplay of various factors, including chronic systemic inflammation. Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of major risk factors for cardiovascular disease such as dyslipidemia, hypertension, insulin resistance, impaired glucose tolerance or diabetes, and obesity. In addition to insulin resistance, inflammation is closely associated with the pathogenesis of metabolic syndrome. Reported prevalence of metabolic syndrome in rheumatoid arthritis patients is somewhat conflicting.
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