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An evolving stroke is one in which the damage to the brain worsens over time. A stroke causes a brain infarction (tissue death or necrosis in the brain). Over time, a stroke caused by bleeding in the brain or by a blood clot can cause tissue death in the brain that spreads out over time. The patient may begin to notice mild deficits that have worsened over time. An evolving stroke, also known as a stroke in evolution is not a diagnosis, it is an observation. The patient will be treated for his o...
Published by Charlene Collins 74 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
The circulatory insufficiency of Peripheral Arterial Disease can have a number of significant negative impacts on a patientÂ’s quality of life. However, an understanding of the symptoms, causes and treatment of this condition can support patients in their recovery to normal functionality.
Published by L. K. McCosker 76 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
The circulatory insufficiency of Peripheral Arterial Disease can have a number of significant negative impacts on a patient’s quality of life. However, an understanding of the symptoms, causes and treatment of this condition can support patients in their recovery to normal functionality.
Published by L. K. McCosker 235 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
What is gestational diabetes? How to deal with gestational diabetes.
Published by Rae Morvay 76 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +4 votes | 4 comments
Phlebotomy is the process of obtaining blood through the veins. Learn why blood draws are necessary and what to expect.
Published by Melanie Shearer 76 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +1 votes | 0 comments
Amazing as it is, the link between salt and blood has been instigated for decades, yet no study, until the one in the journal, had track down rates of heart attack of people on a low-salt diet. The conventional prescriptions by doctors for patients with high blood pressure are to cut down on salt – or more precisely, sodium the chemical, the better half of chlorine. The required teaspoon-plus of salt already contains 2,400 mg of sodium – all you’ve advice to get in a day.
Published by Ron Siojo 78 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +24 votes | 19 comments
High blood pressure is one of the most common diseases which can cause heart failures or strokes. Reducing sodium intake, adopting a healthy diet and exercising can reduce high BP.
Published by deepa venkitesh 79 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +12 votes | 6 comments
According to statistics, almost 80% of the people in the US alone are suffering from diabetes. We should always be cautious about our sugar level because diabetes is a health problem which can be acquired by anyone. In fact, experts say that there are three main classifications of the diabetes.
Published by Rosita Barbo 79 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +10 votes | 3 comments
Improve blood circulation in your legs for preventing varicose veins naturally. Following are some of the effective tips to improve blood circulation and treat varicose veins.
Published by Bristow 80 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +4 votes | 3 comments
The health condition known as hypotension is quite often not addressed by doctors since it not known. The symptoms of hypotension are only discovered when a fall occurs. Patients that have low blood pressure have natural, healthy treatment options.
Published by Roberta Baxter 79 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +22 votes | 11 comments
Raynaud's Disease is a disease caused due to narrowing of blood arteries which causes problems in blood circulation. This disease is mostly found in cold countries. Raynaud's Disease is non-curable.
Published by PINAKIN THAKRE 81 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Marfan Syndrome is a genetic health condition affecting the connective tissue of the body. A discussion of the features, causes, complications and treatment of Marfan Syndrome.
Published by Margie Miklas 82 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +5 votes | 2 comments
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