What is the epidemiology of hypertension?
what is descriptive epidemiology
It's the adjective form of epidemiology, which means: Of, or relating to, epidemiology. http://www.answers.com/topic/epidemiology
Epidemiology is a science, not an illness.
Epidemiology is the study of transmission and sources of disease
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epidemiology of fractures is a medical book which deals about the fractures.
International Journal of Epidemiology was created in 1972.
Emerging Themes in Epidemiology was created in 2004.
American College of Epidemiology was created in 1979.
European Journal of Epidemiology was created in 1985.
Dirk Pfeiffer has written: 'Veterinary epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiologic Methods, Epidemiology, Animal Diseases, Veterinary, Veterinary epidemiology
Epidemiology is a branch of medicine sutying epidemics and the spread of diseases.
No. Portal Hypertension is specific hypertension in the portal system while general hypertension is the primary hypertension. Portal hypertension happens when there is high pressure in the portal circulation or the circulation in the Liver and lower body organs.
The components of epidemiology includes: Disease frequency, Distribution of disease, Out comes of disease
Epidemiology Epidemiology is the study of the spread of disease.
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Essential hypertension Benign essential hypertension Benign essential hypertension 401.1 Benign (for Hypertension) 401.0 Malignant (for Hypertension)
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Hypertension is high blood pressure. Here are some sentences. She suffers from hypertension. The doctor gave him medicine for his hypertension. Hypertension can lead to heart attack and stroke.
Gestational hypertension may or may not result from regular hypertension. But this is usually gone after the pregnancy.
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Essential hypertension is much the same as primary hypertension while secondary hypertension is high blood pressure caused by another underlying disease.
epidemiology is ofcourse, the study of disease and ewpidemiologists often study the diseases in a certain location, area, of community.
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The motto of Rochester Epidemiology Project is 'Improving Community Health Through Research'.
hypertension is not a pathogen, it is a condition. There are many causes for hypertension, but I don't know of any pathogens that can directly cause hypertension.
Pre-hypertension is when you blood pressure reading for consecutive monitoring has been within the borderline limit of hypertension and normal.
Hypertension without a known cause is called primary or essential hypertension.
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No, hypertension and Pulmonary hypertension is two different disease. Pulmonary hypertension is specific for the pulmonary system or involves the lungs while hypertension is pressure in the blood veins essentially maybe because of underlying diseases or because of unknown cause or of lifestyle.
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Hypertension is not bad.
hypertension does not spread
Mistletoe might be used for hypertension. It has central effect on hypertension.
these are misnomers actually,when there is no evident cause of hypertension then it is called idiopathic/benign/primary/unspecified hypertension. http://treathypertension.blogspot.com/
"Hypertension" means "high blood pressure". There are no one-word synonyms for "hypertension".
Epidemiology is the study of diseases, especially the incidence and prevalence of diseases, along with tracking of epidemics (as well as endemic diseases).
1. The role of epidemiology in health policy formulation, planning and management
The patient had uncontrolled hypertension
Hypertension from Renal disease is different from the usual hypertension caused by stress because in renal hypertension, the cause is because of a defect or a disease in the Renal system while the other is caused by stress.
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There are many potential causes of hypertension. As people age, they will often develop hypertension naturally. Unhealthy lifestyles can also cause hypertension. Alcohol abuse, lack of exercise, high sodium intake, and obesity are risk factors for hypertension. People who are under a large amount of stress often develop hypertension. Finally, not ingesting enough calcium, potassium, or magnesium can also cause hypertension.
The patient had uncontrolled hypertension.
hypertension is caused by anxiety