Hypertensive Atherosclerosis Cardiovascular Disease

Hypertensive Atherosclerosis Cardiovascular Diseases and Complications

Posted on 3/7/2010 3:26:37 PM

Hypertensive Atherosclerosis Cardiovascular Disease is said to be one of the major causes of death around the world. Cardiovascular diseases and complications involved are many and hence need to be treated at the earliest. The situation may strike at a young age and if left untreated may prove to be fatal.

Cardiovascular diseases are said to be one of the major reasons for high mortality rate in America and rest of the world. The related complication which may arise because of the cardiovascular diseases too is responsible for the large number of deaths around the world. Because of the Cardiovascular Diseases (CVD), a large number of diseases may arise like the inadequate supply of oxygen to the brain, lowering in the pumping of blood, failure of the valves. Sometimes because of the accumulation of various toxins in the body too, such problems may arise. CVD basically includes the following diseases- hypertension, atherosclerosis, heart diseases and stroke. So it is essential that CVD needs to be treated at the earliest or else the complications may prove fatal for the person.

With regard to the blood pressure which is also called as hypertension, if you suffer from high blood pressure than surely there is a chance to worry about as it is linked with various other diseases as well like heart stroke, kidney disorders, diabetes. So try to keep it under control with the help of proper medication followed by proper diet and lifestyle. Hypertension is said to be caused by stress, obesity, excessive smoking and drinking.
Atherosclerosis is said to occur because of the hardening of the arteries. There is a substance called plaque which is a fatty substance, when it gets deposited on the arteries, it may lead to Atherosclerosis. Due to this the blood supply to the heart is restricted and hence may cause chest pain or heart attack. Though this problem may affect any vessel present inside the body but the most affected ones are the aorta, coronary, carotid. This may start occurring at a young age and hence it is important that the doctor takes into account the history of patient before he begins the medications. But because of the resistance to the blood flow, there is increase in blood pressure of the person concerned.

The worst thing is that a patient who is suffering from hypertension also becomes a patient of the atherosclerosis and a number of other cardio vascular diseases of the coronary and cerebral vessels. This in turn has a negative effect on the brain and heart. The situation may also lead to the rupture of the blood vessels present inside the brain. Yet another important aspect is that sometimes the arteries in atherosclerosis may get narrowed down so much that they are hardly able to receive nay blood supply. This too calls for attention. The most important aspect is to go for regular checkups before the situation assumes alarming proportion.

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Name: Donna

My father-in-law passed away in 07 and I just stumbled across his autopsy report and it stated that he passed away from Hypertensive Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease. He couldn't smell or taste anything for about two years before passing, I was wondering if these are symptoms of this disease. I am worring that the same sudden departure may happen to my husband ( his son ) and I have read many articles but didn't see symptoms or signs. Thank you for your time, your kindness will be greatly appreciated..

Name: Gary Gossell sr

My wife's son died April 29, 2014 of hypertensive atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease at the young age of 29. Autopsy said heart was enlarged and inflamed at the time of his death. As far as we know, he never c/o anything He lived at home with his mom and sister until a year prior to his death. He never was Dx with any heart prob or hypertension thru out his life. Is this disease a silent killer ? I have read up on this but I would like something in lamens terms explaining this awful condition. My wife, victims mother would like some answers She needs closure, not to ever forget him tho. Also the 3 people in the car he was driving at the time of his death said he was not dead yet after the accident yet his color was turning blue. The girl friend asked the responding police officer ," aren't you going to do anything for her boy friend " the victim. Could he have been saved or in your opinion, do you think he was dead? The police never tried CPR and no mention of it in his report nor the autopsy report. Thank you.

Name: Denise D'Angelo

My auntie passed away 11/20/14 according to the report said hypertensive atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. She went into the hospital E.R with flu like symptoms throwing up and diareha and severe stomach pain. The hospital gave her deluding and morphine half a bag of I.v fluids and sent her home after 1 night. Also of note, her family doctor had told my aunt she had a heart of a 25 year old about a month ago? This doesn't make any sense.

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