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Case study | American Journal of Hypertension | Oxford Academic

Case Study On Hypertension Cardiovascular Diseases

Case study | American Journal of Hypertension | Oxford Academic


Her family history is positive for hypertension, with her mother dying at 56 years of age from hypertension-related cardiovascular disease (CVD). In addition, both  ...

Case Study On Hypertension Cardiovascular Diseases

. Ldl cholesterol decreased by 39 percent and is within the recommended target range, hdl cholesterol increased by 21 percent, triglycerides slightly improved. After 2 months follow-up the patients weight was unchanged at 98 kg, and both blood pressure and ldl- cholesterol were lowered.

Moderate alcohol consumption, occasionally moderate physical exercise (jogging, swimming) the patient was already being treated for hypertension sporadically using beta-blockers, which have now been stopped following abnormal fatigue and orthostatism. Treatment targets according to esc, esh and eas blood pressure less than 14090 mmhg ldl cholesterol less than 115 mgdl (2. The patient was again motivated to intinsify life style changes.

The patient was also advised to continue ramipril 10mg daily for continued control of blood pressure. Through the combination of dietary changes including daily consumption of plant sterol or plant stanol and increased physical activity this patient successfully lost weight and improved his cardiovascular risk profile. Blood pressure was well controlled on treatment with ramipril 10 mg daily.

According to the eas and esc guidelines for the management of dyslipidemia, the target value for ldl-cholesterol is 115 mgdl (2. The patient was recommended to increase the level of physical activity and to modify diet. The patient was encouraged to maintain the diet and lifestyle changes to continue to manage ldl cholesterol.

The patient was, however, reluctant to accept a lipid-lowering drug and wished to await the effects of life style changes. Essential arterial hypertension grade i, impaired fasting glucose, suspected non alcoholic fatty liver disease (nafld), mild hyperuricemia, vitamin d defiency, metabolic syndrome risk for a fatal cardiovascular event according to score (www. For lowering cholesterol, it was suggested that butter should be replaced by plant sterol or plant stanol containing margarine to achieve and intake 2 g of plant sterols or stanols per day. The abnormal relaxation pattern of the left ventricle disappeared and the physical performance capacity of the patient significantly improved. Specifically, he was strongly recommended to increase physical activty (two to three times per week 45 to 60 minutes endurance training). The risk for fatal cardiovascular disease is low in absolute terms due to the young age of the patient, but it is still four times higher than it could be in this age group.

EAS | Case Studies - Case 2


Case study 2: A 44-year old male patient, 185 cm tall ... Known hypertension - blood pressure fluctuating around 140/100 mmHg; Smoker until two ... The risk for fatal cardiovascular disease is low in absolute terms due to the young age of the ...
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Case Study On Hypertension Cardiovascular Diseases

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Case Study On Hypertension Cardiovascular Diseases

Moderate alcohol consumption, occasionally moderate physical exercise (jogging, swimming) the patient was already being treated for hypertension sporadically using beta-blockers, which have now been stopped following abnormal fatigue and orthostatism. For lowering cholesterol, it was suggested that butter should be replaced by plant sterol or plant stanol containing margarine to achieve and intake 2 g of plant sterols or stanols per day. The patient was also advised to continue ramipril 10mg daily for continued control of blood pressure.

The patient was, however, reluctant to accept a lipid-lowering drug and wished to await the effects of life style changes. . Blood pressure was well controlled on treatment with ramipril 10 mg daily.

The patient was encouraged to maintain the diet and lifestyle changes to continue to manage ldl cholesterol. The patient was recommended to increase the level of physical activity and to modify diet. According to the eas and esc guidelines for the management of dyslipidemia, the target value for ldl-cholesterol is 115 mgdl (2.

Treatment targets according to esc, esh and eas blood pressure less than 14090 mmhg ldl cholesterol less than 115 mgdl (2. Essential arterial hypertension grade i, impaired fasting glucose, suspected non alcoholic fatty liver disease (nafld), mild hyperuricemia, vitamin d defiency, metabolic syndrome risk for a fatal cardiovascular event according to score (www. Through the combination of dietary changes including daily consumption of plant sterol or plant stanol and increased physical activity this patient successfully lost weight and improved his cardiovascular risk profile.

The abnormal relaxation pattern of the left ventricle disappeared and the physical performance capacity of the patient significantly improved. The patient was again motivated to intinsify life style changes. After 2 months follow-up the patients weight was unchanged at 98 kg, and both blood pressure and ldl- cholesterol were lowered. Specifically, he was strongly recommended to increase physical activty (two to three times per week 45 to 60 minutes endurance training). The risk for fatal cardiovascular disease is low in absolute terms due to the young age of the patient, but it is still four times higher than it could be in this age group. Ldl cholesterol decreased by 39 percent and is within the recommended target range, hdl cholesterol increased by 21 percent, triglycerides slightly improved.

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    Through the combination of dietary changes including daily consumption of plant sterol or plant stanol and increased physical activity this patient successfully lost weight and improved his cardiovascular risk profile. The patient was recommended to increase the level of physical activity and to modify diet. For lowering cholesterol, it was suggested that butter should be replaced by plant sterol or plant stanol containing margarine to achieve and intake 2 g of plant sterols or stanols per day. Treatment targets according to esc, esh and eas blood pressure less than 14090 mmhg ldl cholesterol less than 115 mgdl (2...

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