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Diagnosis and Management of Hypertension : Report

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Diagnosis and management(Hypertension)
ABSTRACTHypertension is defined as increase in blood pressure levels due to various factorsassociated with it. The report has discovered various factors that are responsible for causinghypertension in different individuals. It has also explained the physiological concepts associatedwith the hypertension. Various diagnosis, treatment and long term outcomes are also included in thestudy. Monitoring of blood pressure was conducted through use of different techniques.
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................41.1 Physiological origin of Hypertension........................................................................................41.2 Signs and symptoms of Hypertension.......................................................................................41.3 Contributory factors to the onset of Hypertension....................................................................52.1 Process of referral to identified specialist services....................................................................52.2 Investigative processes and procedures in Hypertension.........................................................53.1 Compare and contrast care services available in Hypertension.................................................53.2 Roles and responsibilities of the professionals in relation to Hypertension..............................63.3 Ranges of treatment available for patients with Hypertension.................................................63.4 Monitoring processes involved for Hypertension.....................................................................64.1 Extent to which an individual diagnosed with Hypertension need to adapt his/her lifestyle....64.2 Range of strategies to help individuals cope with lifestyle changes caused by hypertension...74.3 Prognosis and potential long term outcomes for the individual for Hypertension...................7CONCLUSION....................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES.....................................................................................................................................8
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