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8th International Conference on Hypertension and Healthcare, will be organized around the theme “Exploring the new horizons to cure Hypertension & Cardiac diseases”
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The disorder where the blood pressure in the arteries is persistently raised at a constant rate. This is also called as high blood pressure or high vital sign or blood vessel cardiovascular disease. This session categories of cardiovascular disease. The primary disease and secondary disease. Almost 90-95 % of cases are primary and the main cause behind it is the unhealthy lifestyle followed by excessive consumption of alcohol, salt, body weight etc. Remaining 5-10% of individuals suffer this due to thinning of kidney arteries, chronic kidney diseases, and endocrine disorder. Assessment of cardiovascular disease primarily includes Confirmation of hypertension, Risk factors, Fundamental causes, organ injury & Indications and contraindications of medication. Hypertension could be a major threat issue for cardiopathy and stroke.
- Track 1-1Secondary Hypertension
- Track 1-2Isolated systolic Hypertension
- Track 1-3Pathophysiology of Hypertension
- Track 1-4Multiple risk management
- Track 1-5Resistant Hypertension
- Track 1-6Malignant Hypertension
- Track 1-7Primary Hypertension
Pulmonary Hypertension or PH is high blood pressure that affects the arteries in the lungs and the right side of the heart. In one form of pulmonary hypertension, tiny arteries in the lungs and capillaries become narrowed, blocked or destroyed. This makes it harder for blood to flow through the lungs and thus raises the pressure within lung walls. As the pressure builds, the heart's lower right chamber works harder to pump blood through the lungs, eventually causing the heart muscle to fail. Some forms of pulmonary hypertension are serious conditions that become progressively worse and are sometimes fatal. This session mainly talks about the classification, signs, symptoms, and treatments of Pulmonary Hypertension.
- Track 2-1Classification of Pulmonary Hypertension
- Track 2-2Treatment and Therapies
Pediatric hypertension inclines to hypertension and cardiovascular malady in grown-up life. Despite clear rules, there remains an absence of screening. Determination stays testing given the high rate of false-positive hypertension (BP) readings at a solitary visit; along these lines, different visits are required to affirm the analysis.
- Track 3-1Epidemiology of hypertension in children
- Track 3-2Treatment and management of Pediatric Hypertension
- Track 3-3incidence of hypertension in childhood
- Track 3-4Cardiovascular risk factors & complications
- Track 3-5Pathophysiology of pediatric hypertension
- Track 3-6In childhood Incidence of hypertension
He development of recent cardiovascular disease in a very pregnant lady when twenty weeks gestation while not the presence of supermolecule within the excretory product or different signs of Pre-ecl. It's a brief identification for hypertensive pregnant ladies who don't meet criteria for pre-eclampsia or chronic cardiovascular disease. The identification is modified to, pre-eclampsia if a symptom or new signs of end-organ pathology develop and chronic cardiovascular disease if blood pressure elevation persists ≥weeks postnatally.
- Track 4-1Classification of Gestational Hypertension
- Track 4-2Risk factors for Gestational Hypertension
- Track 4-3Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia
- Track 4-4Management and Drug Treatment of Hypertension in pregnancy
Cardiac arrest can be defined as a sudden stop in effective blood flow due to the failure of the heart. It is caused when the heart's electrical system malfunctions. The individual section in the session talks about all the related heart diseases. In cardiac arrest death results when the heart suddenly stops working properly. This may be caused by abnormal, or irregular, heart rhythms, cardiomyopathy (A thickened heart muscle), Heart medications, Electrical abnormalities, Recreational drug uses. Some symptoms of the arrest could be a sudden loss of responsiveness, abnormal breathing, fainting, fatigue, blackouts, dizziness, chest pain, shortness of breath, weakness, and vomiting. The most common cause for Cardiac arrest is the coronary heart disease. Coronary artery disease often results in coronary ischemia and ventricular fibrillation
- Track 5-1Causes of Cardiac Arrest Due to Hypertension
- Track 5-2Indications and Symptoms
- Track 5-3Diagnostics for The Arrest
- Track 5-4Treatment for Cardiac Arrest during Hypertension
Stressful situations can lead the blood to spike up temporarily but sometimes it may cause high blood pressure too. Research is still in progress to find out about it. According to some reports, the change in the blood pressure behavior can be due to various habits like overeating, drinking or poor sleeping. It’s possible that health conditions related to stress like anxiety, depression, and isolation from friends and family may lead to heart disease but not to a high blood pressure condition. Some hormonal changes may damage your arteries leading towards heart disease. According to the National Health Interview Survey, almost 75% of the general population experiences some stress every week. A stroke occurs when a blood vessel to the brain is either blocked by a clot or bursts, a part of the brain stops to get the required amount of blood and oxygen and hence it starts to die. Since the brain controls the entire body so it can threaten one’s ability to think, move and function. Hence Hypertension is the most prevalent and powerful modifiable risk factor for stroke .
Hypertension refers to the pressure that blood applies to the inner walls of the arteries. Obesity increases the chances of cardiovascular disease. The individual session in this focuses on obesity-related cardiovascular disease, its interaction with the outcomes of hypertension, risk factors, treatment and management of cardiovascular disease. Obesity-associated arterial hypertension is characterized by activation of the sympathetic system, activation of the renin-angiotensin system, and sodium retention, among different abnormalities Anti-hypertension medications ought to be started if hypertension is diagnosed. But, with weight-loss, a major fall in force per unit area could allow a decrease within the range of medicines taken or decrease the quantity of medication taken. Prevention would be better than any drug.
- Track 7-1Obesity-associated Arterial Hypertension
- Track 7-2Incidence of Hypertension and Obesity
- Track 7-3Pathophysiology of Obesity-Related Hypertension
- Track 7-4Interaction of Obesity With Consequences of Hypertension
- Track 7-5Prevention & Management of Weight Gain and Hypertension
- Track 7-6Therapies to treat obesity-related hypertension
Hypertension can lead to many complications of Diabetes. Most people affected with Diabetes are more prone to suffer Hypertension. Diabetes damages the arteries and makes them targets for hardening and if it is not treated then it may also cause blood vessel damage, heart attack, and kidney failure too. In this section of the main, we discuss various types of Diabetes, risk factors that are involved in it, controlling hypertension in patients with Diabetes and Treatment.
- Track 8-1Classification of Diabetes
- Track 8-2Risk factors for Diabetes
- Track 8-3Treatment and Therapies
High blood pressure, which is also called hypertension, increases the risk of developing many serious health problems, including heart disease, stroke, and kidney disease. Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Pressure recommendations have defined “hypertension” as a BP of ≥140/90 mm Hg. The risk of cardiovascular disease in the patient with hypertension can be greatly reduced with effective antihypertensive therapy. Maintaining normal body weight, following a proper diet plan, exercising regularly, avoiding high-sodium content foods, limited alcohol consumption and pressure account.
High blood pressure can be cured. The disease can be controlled by following a proper and healthy lifestyle. As per recommended by various doctors by having a healthy lifestyle, eating less salt in your regular diet, quitting smoking, consuming the limited amount of alcohol can help in curing the disease. In addition to this regular exercise will also help in controlling the disease. Drug treatments are available too for Hypertension. Various drugs are available in the market that allows the individual person to do that in which few are-Thiazide diuretics, Beta blockers, Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs), Calcium channel blockers, Central-acting agents, Alpha blockers, Aldosterone antagonists.
- Track 10-1Pharmacology and toxicology of anti hypertensive drug
- Track 10-2Homeopathic Treatment for Hypertension
Treating high blood pressure can take a multi-pronged approach including diet changes, medication, and exercise. Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is dangerous because it can lead to strokes, heart attacks, heart failure, or kidney disease. The goal of hypertension treatment is to lower high blood pressure and protect important organs, like the brain, heart, and kidneys from damage. Treatment for hypertension has been associated with reductions in stroke , heart, and heart failure according to research. because hypertension rarely causes specific symptoms, it is not identified until an individual’s blood pressure is measured by a physician or it causes a catastrophic complication such as stroke or heart attack. Accurate diagnosis by blood pressure measurement is essential.
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, affects millions, even children and teens. It is a common condition that catches up with most people who live into older age. The exact cause of hypertension is unknown, but there are several factors and conditions that may contribute to its occurrence. In the USA about 82% of the total population is suffering from Hypertension.
High blood pressure has several causative factors like age, race, case history and obesity, not being physically active, overwhelming tobacco, an excessive amount of salt (sodium) in diet, deficient Vitamin D in the diet, drinking an excessive amount of alcohol, stress and bound chronic conditions. Though high pressure is commonest in adults, youngsters are also in danger, too. For a few youngsters, high pressure is caused by issues with the kidneys or heart except for a growing variety of youngsters, poor fashion habits, like an unhealthy diet, fleshiness, physiological condition and lack of exercise contributes to high pressure.
- Track 13-1Multiple risk management
- Track 13-2Controllable risk factors
- Track 13-3Uncontrolled risk factors
- Track 13-4Medical risk factors
- Track 13-5Global Cardiovascular Diseases