The first common treatments for cardiovascular diseases are: non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as aspirin for headaches/abdominal pain and treatment of cardiovascular disease; diuretics such as furosemide and hydralazine for edema and hypertension; and ACEi such as lisinopril for hypertension.
Chronic [Dysmetabolic disorders] are [chronic disorders] that are [associated with] chronic illness. In the following sections, it will be explained [what is cardiovascular diseases] in a little more detail on how these disorders affect [cardial function] and the impact on people.\n
It is estimated that 10.6 million people in the United States have a cardiovascular disease every year, which corresponds to about 13.5% of adult population.
Although cardiovascular conditions are among the most prevalent and important causes of mortality and morbidity in [Europe] (see 'Causes of diseases and disorders', above), their pathogenesis is largely unknown and many factors are involved. A better understanding of their physiopathological mechanisms would [make a] significant contribution to the comprehension of clinical pathogeny and of personalized medicine in cardiology, as well as [make] a significant contribution to the discovery of new therapeutic strategies.
The common signs of cardiovascular disease do not apply to both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Instead, a combination of low HDL cholesterol and elevated triglycerides increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease in those with type 2 diabetes.
Gaming may lead to a number of positive and negative aspects. These are a concern for both the patient and those treating them. The present study provides an assessment of the prevalence of these aspects and highlights key points that we would like to raise with gaming clinics and gamblers. We recommend assessing the gaming addict at all gambling sessions, and informing patients and caregivers about the risks and benefits of gaming. Gaming clinics can consider using the [BETS] guideline.
In a recent study, findings has indicated that video game-playing may be a reasonable alternative to conventional methods of post-cardiac-event rehabilitation, and it may also alleviate symptoms associated with post-cardiac rehabilitation recovery. More researches and a wider scope of application of videogames in post-cardiac-event rehabilitation are required.
To our knowledge, this is the first study to show the efficacy and the safety of computer-gambling in cardiovascular patients. Results from a recent clinical trial reported suggest a new use of the virtual reality system which may be a useful therapy not only for people living with diseases like stroke, diabetes, and hypertension, but also for those with mood disorders. Although further studies are needed to prove the applicability of this method, this work presents a novel and promising treatment method for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. The game can be used as a form of rehabilitation and therapy for patients and patients' family.
The average age people receive CVD risk factors treatment is 50.2, according to a meta-analysis on the impact of statin dose (≥40 mg per day).
In our cohort of patients, the prevalence of family history of cardiovascular diseases is extremely low confirming the existence of an "environmental" factor contributing to the development of CVD.
The impact of coronary heart disease and stroke can be disabling. However, the likelihood of stroke and coronary heart disease can be substantially reduced through risk factor modification. However, a major change in lifestyle may have more significant effects. Cardiovascular disease may be the result of a complex interplay between genetic factors and lifestyle. Hence risk factor modification may be less effective when lifestyle modification is attempted in isolation.