cardiology

Definition High Boold Pressure (HBP) is the increase in the pressure exerted by the blood on the walls of the arteries with voltage values greater than or equal to 140mmHg at the systolic level and 90mmHg at the diastolic level, reported 2 or more times. Classification Essential hypertension It is a multifactorial disorder, which derives from the combined effects of multiple genetic polymorphisms, together with the interaction of environmental factors.1 Secondary hypertension It is defined as the elevation of blood pressure above 140mmHg at the systolic level and 90mmHg at the diastolic level secondary to a base disease. Hypertensive crisis It is defined as theLeer mas