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Prevalence, awareness, and associated factors of high blood pressure among female migrant workers in Central South China.

Background: Although many young Chinese women are heading to urban areas for better opportunities, no one is aware of the prevalence and risk of high blood pressure in this group. In Central South China, this research investigated the prevalence, awareness, and causes connected with HBP among young female migrants working with HBP. Methods We carried out a cross-sectional research to determine HBP among female migrants aged 18-45 years in Central South China.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35535240


Medications for blood pressure, blood glucose, lipids, and anti-thrombotic medications: relationship with cardiovascular disease and death in adults from 21 high-, middle-, and low-income countries with an elevated body mass index.

Aims Elevated body mass index is a common cause of cardiovascular disease. During 10. 2 years of follow-up, we determined whether the risks of CVD were different between those taking a cardiovascular medication and those not. Those taking a cardiovascular medication. As compared to no cardiovascular medication use, cardiovascular medication use was linked to different risks of CVD and death. Among those not taking a cardiovascular supplement [95% confidence interval] for CVD were 1. 14 ; 1. 45; and 1. 53 among those with BMI 25 to 35 kg/m2; and 35 kg/m2 for those without BMI 20 to 25 kg/m2; and 35 kg/m2. Conclusion To the extent that CVD risk among those with elevated BMI, diabetes, or a tight thrombotic environment, targeting these pathways pharmacologically may be a useful complementary means of lowering the CVD burden triggered by an elevated BMI.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35512128


Trajectory of patients consulting the emergency department for high blood pressure values.

Objectives – Emergency department visits for elevated blood pressure are on the rise. We wanted to map those patients' journeys, from referral sources to the type of care received in the ED to potential steps for future high blood pressure issues, and to help patients understand their reasons for consulting the ED for elevated blood pressure levels. Methods Between 2018 and 2020, patients who presented to the Montreal Heart Institute's ED for elevated blood pressure were recruited in a prospective observational study that included a post hoc structured telephone interview and medical chart analysis. Conclusions The majority of patients who sought the ED for elevated blood pressure values were self-referred. When faced with elevated blood pressure levels, more can be done to promote blood pressure screening, safe use of personal blood pressure products, and patient and health professionals.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35503402


The influence of chromosome 4 on high ethanol consumption and blood pressure.

The SLA16 rat strain is genetically identical to the SHR except for the inclusion of the inserted Anxrr16 region in chromosome 4. First, we submitted SHR and SLA16 male and female rats to ethanol consumption. Females consumed more ethanol than males during forced and spontaneous ethanol intake, according to the study, despite strain. However, SHR rats had lower tolerance to the ethanol in the three experiments. SHR also had elevated blood pressure after the SEC, surprisingly. Losartan therapy was also helpful in lowering the blood pressure of both strains of both strains, but had specific effects on SHR ethanol intakes. Females from the SLA16 strain are more susceptible to ethanol consumption and have lower blood pressure than SHR rats, according to our reports. We found that Anxrr16 locus in chromosome 4 is a genetic candidate to account for elevated ethanol intake and blood pressure in females at least.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35500756


Persistent high blood pressure and renal dysfunction in preterm infants during childhood.

To determine estimated glomerular filtration rate, we enrolled 62/120 patients who were originally seen at 3-6 years at 10-13 years, SBP, serum creatinine and cystatin C. Despite similar proportions of obesity and obesity among Cases and Controls, cases had four times the adjusted odds for elevated SBP and low eGFRCr as compared to Controls and Controls. Infants seen in 1-3 years, elevated SBP, and low eGFR are all typical in infants and ten-13 years. Preterm birth and elevated blood pressure, renal dysfunction, and obesity in young adults can be traced back to birth as early as 1 year and persists at 10-13 years of age. This is the first study to publish serial measurements of blood pressure, renal function, and obesity in infants born very early. At 10-13 years, 57% of preterm 1-3 year olds have a persistent low estimated glomerular filtration rate associated with hypertension.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35484228


Effect of continuous positive airway pressure treatment on ambulatory blood pressures in high-risk sleep apnea patients: a randomized controlled trial.

The study's objectives The long-term effects of continuous positive airway pressure in high-risk patients with obstructive sleep apnea are uncertain. We wanted to determine the effect of CPAP therapy on ambulatory BP in people with moderate or severe OSA and cardiovascular disease, as well as multiple CVD risk factors without extreme sleepiness. The key finding was the change in mean 24-hour systolic BP between groups from baseline to the average of 6 and 12 month measurements using mixed effect linear regression methods. CPAP's modest results in a short time, however, could have larger implications for nocturnal BP in high risk patients with moderate-severe OSA without excessive sleepiness. In patients with OSA, the effect of CPAP on BP profiles may be underestimated by using office blood pressure.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35459446


Low-Intensity Resistance Exercise Combined With Blood Flow Restriction is More Conducive to Regulate Blood Pressure and Autonomic Nervous System in Hypertension Patients-Compared With High-Intensity and Low-Intensity Resistance Exercise.

Background: The effect of resistance exercise on the autonomic nervous system of patients with hypertension has yet to be determined. Objective: To control blood pressure and autonomic nervous system function in hypertension patients, it's important to find a safe resistance training approach. Method: The forty-five hypertension patients aged between 55 and 70 years were randomly divided into three categories: the high-intensity resistance exercise group, the low-intensity resistance exercise group mixed with blood flow restriction, and the low-intensity resistance exercise group were all divided into three groups: During resistance workouts, the patient's legs were strained by pressure cuffs, providing 130% of systolic pressure to their thighs. The RMSSD of the LE group's last recovery state was noticeably lower than that of the first recovery state. Conclusion: In hypertension patients with hypertension patients, LE-BFR could effectively reduce systolic pressure and control autonomic nervous system function.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35514351


Limosilactobacillus fermentum prevent gut-kidney oxidative damage and the rise in blood pressure in male rat offspring exposed to a maternal high-fat diet.

This research investigated the effects of a daily multistrain formulation of Limosilactobacillus fermentum 139, 296 on blood pressure, renal function, and oxidative stress, as well as along the gut-kidney axis in male offspring from dams fed a high-fat high-cholesterol diet during pregnancy and lactation, considering the antioxidant capacity of probiotic strains. Limosilactobacillus fermentum powder was delivered to each day at 100 days of age, as part of the male offspring from dams eating a HFHC diet. The initiation of Limosilactobacillus fermentum reduced systolic, diastolic, and mean blood pressure levels, as well as reduced renal function impairment and oxidative stress in male offspring from dams fed a HFHC diet. The Administration of Limosilactobacillus fermentum formulation attenuated programmed hypertension in the HFHC group by oxidative stress modulation along the gut-kidney axis.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35437140

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