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Poisoning can also cause cardiovascular collapse; in fact, antidepressant drugs can trigger cardiac arrhythmias, consequently altering cardiac output. It is necessary, therefore, to measure blood pressure and heart rate at

Pregnancy and the mother-child dyad

This course examines the individual's line of development beginning with pregnancy and how alterations in it can lead to mental pathology in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood.

Alcohol consumption in adolescents

Families, schools and other institutions, no matter how much educational efforts they make in drawing behavioral lines and spreading a culture of prevention, fail to curb adolescent alcohol consumption.

The empowerment of the diabetic patient

When we talk about empowerment, we are basically talking about a slow and progressive process of health literacy, that is, an action of spreading a social concept of health, where all people have the right, but also the duty, to be well informed about health issues and the diseases that affect them.

Libra stuck? Here are some mistakes to avoid

How many mistakes people make when they decide to go on a diet and lose weight! But which ones in particular are those that block the scale and are responsible for keeping those extra pounds from dropping off that compromise fitness and health?

The revolution of the adolescent self

As we know, adolescence is an extremely vibrant and fruitful phase of human development in which the line between normality and pathology becomes difficult to draw.

The “G” point

But where can one find the G-spot, this pleasure zone ? Every navigator of eros will have to find out for themselves, or at most with some suggestions from their partner, or with a little help from Anatomy of the Female Genital Apparatus.

What is atherosclerosis?

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Atherosclerosis (more often known in the lay world as atherosclerosis) is a pathological condition characterized by changes in the wall of the arteries, which lose their elasticity due to the accumulation of calcium, cholesterol, inflammatory cells and fibrotic material.

Stiffening of arteries is a phenomenon associated with the accumulation of pathological components in the context of vascular walls. One of the most common forms of this disease is atherosclerosis, which is characterized by the formation of parietal plaques containing amorphous material, cholesterol, smooth muscle cells, inflammatory cells, and cells from the blood. If the plaque protrudes into the vessel lumen, it can go so far as to obstruct blood flow within it.

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Coronaropathy

The term coronary artery disease refers to chronic “distress” of the coronary arteries, the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle, in most cases brought about by atherosclerotic pathology

Venous insufficiency

Venous insufficiency and associated vascular disorders, such as varicose veins and telangiectasias (superficial capillaries), mainly affect the venous vessels of the legs and arms and are mainly related to the

Carotid stenosis

Carotid artery stenosis corresponds to a narrowing of the caliber of the carotid arteries, which are the main blood vessels supplying the brain with oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood (particularly glucose),

Jugular stenosis

Jugular stenosis corresponds to a narrowing of the lumen of the jugular veins, which are the main blood vessels that collect oxygen-poor blood from the brain and return it to

Shock, medical emergency

It may happen that the circulation of blood through the body undergoes a sudden change giving rise to a condition of physiological shock, with decreased flow and crisis on the

Intracranial hypertension

Increased pressure within the head box may be related to cerebral edema or the presence of an intracranial expansive lesion, an obstruction of CSF circulation, or the association of these

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) occurs when a clot (thrombus) forms within a vein and completely or partially occludes it, blocking or restricting blood flow in that vessel. In principle, any

Hypertension

According to the ESH-ESC guidelines, hypertension is defined by the finding of systolic (maximum) blood pressure values ≥ 140 mmHg and/or diastolic (minimum) blood pressure values ≤ 90 mmHg. The

Heart failure (acute)

Acute Heart Failure (AHF) is a potentially life-threatening clinical condition that can result from the worsening of an already diagnosed chronic heart failure (heart failure) or represent its onset event.
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