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Abstract

Persistently elevated systemic arterial blood pressure is an important risk factor for most of the disease like cardiovascular problems, brain stroke, and kidney disease. Some of the people are unaware about that they have the hypertension and it leads to various diseases. Blood pressure is measured in systole (the pressure in blood vessels when heart contracts or beats) and diastole (the pressure in the blood vessels when the heart rest between beats) According to WHO, The normal range was (130/80) .The aetiology of hypertension involves genetic factors and pathophysiological factors that affect multiple systems in the body. The various pathophysiology factors include cardiac output and peripheral resistance, renin angiotensin system.

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Hypertension Heart patients Pathophysiology

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Dr.G.Kiran, P.Madhuri, Sk.Salma Sultana, K.Naveena, J.Sireesha, & R.Yedukondalu. (2022). Assessment of comorbities in hypertension patients. International Journal of Research in Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics, 11(1), 12-15. Retrieved from https://ijrpp.com/ijrpp/article/view/417

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