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Journal of Clinical Case Reports

ISSN: 2165-7920

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Hypertension Nursing

Hypertension accelerates atherosclerosis and vessel injury, increasing the danger of vascular disease and subsequent organ damage. Atherosclerosis may be a complex, diffuse, and progressive process with a variable distribution and clinical presentation that's hooked in to the regional circulation involved. Factors which will influence these differences include the dimensions and structure of the affected artery, local and regional flow, changes in microcirculatory alterations and end-organ damage. Risk factors play a crucial role in initiating and accelerating the method . The prevention and control of hypertension features a major impact on health, quality of life, disability and death among Canadians .Despite the supply of effective treatments, studies have shown that in many countries but 25% of clients treated for hypertension achieve optimum vital sign control. In Canada, for instance , only21% of clients treated for top vital sign had their vital sign controlled. within the uk and therefore the us , only 7% and 30% of clients, respectively, had good control of vital sign and in Venezuela only 4.5% of the treated clients had good vital sign control. Over half those individuals being treated for hypertension drop out of care entirely within a year of diagnosis, and of these who remain under medical aid , only about half take a minimum of 80% of their prescribed medications .

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