Research lines of High Blood Pressure
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- Protective effects of the Mediterranean diet in the prevention of chronic degenerative diseases (cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative diseases and cancer).
- Effects of the moderate consumption of wine and beer on cardiovascular health.
- Effects of other foods in cardiovascular health: olive oil, nuts, cocoa, tomatoes and others.
- Pathophysiology of arterial hypertension: mechanisms involved in increased blood pressure.
- Complete evaluation of hypertensive patients: study of the morphology and physical properties of arteries.
- Treatment of hypertension: strategies for implementing lifestyle changes, combination drug therapy (polypills), interventional therapy (baroreceptor stimulation, renal denervation).
- Vascular risk factors associated with hypertension: study into the impact of the relationship between high blood pressure and diabetes, dyslipidaemia (high levels of lipids: cholesterol, triglycerides or both) and tobacco.
- Pathophysiology of heart failure: study of the mechanisms of heart failure development in patients with high cardiovascular risk, as well as the mechanisms that influence the prognosis for their evolution.
- Pathophysiology of ageing: study of the mechanisms involved in vascular ageing and associated with an increase in blood pressure.
- Thromboembolic disease: prevention, diagnosis and treatment of patients with venous thromboembolism.
Substantiated information by:
Miguel Camafort, Medical Internist — Internal Medicine Department. Antonio Coca, Medical Internist — Internal Medicine Department. Mónica Domenech, Medical Internist — Internal Medicine Department. Dolors Estrada, Nurse — Internal Medicine Department. Cristina Sierra, Medical Internist — Internal Medicine Department. Rosa Soriano, Nurse — Internal Medicine Department.
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