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Cardiovascular College

 Course Outline for this Semester

 

    Today's Homework:    Measure your Resting bp   

 
                        
Do Not Erase Basic Information
  Blood Pressure (bp) >>  The pressure of the beating heart
  Resting Blood Pressure >>  Used to Classify & Treat Blood Pressure
  Classification of bp >>  Classification Categories & Use
  Hypertension >>  Resting bp is abnormally high
  Systolic Blood Pressure >>  Highest heart beat pressure 128/85
  Diastolic Blood Pressure >>  Lowest heart beat pressure  128/85
  Pulse or Pulse Rate >>  Number of heart beats per minute
  Pulse Pressure >>  PP = SP-DP   (128-85 = 43)   PP = 43
  Mean Arterial Pressure >>  Estimation of average artery pressure
  Body Mass Index >>  Calculation:  Weight vs. Height
  mm Hg (pressure units) >>  Millimeters (mm) of Mercury (Hg)
  Average Blood Pressure >>  Used to Diagnose & Treat Hypertension
  White Coat Syndrome >>  bp increases only in the MD office
  Home Blood Pressure >>  Self measured bp outside MD office
  Metabolic Syndrome >>  High bp, cholesterol and glucose
  Life Style Changes >>  Diet, Exercise and Quit Smoking
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Metabolic Syndrome


Metabolic Syndrome
is a name for a group of
Risk Factors that occur together and increase the risk for coronary artery disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes.

Risk Factors may include:

  • Blood Pressure
  • Glucose
  • HDL Cholesterol
  • LDL Cholesterol
  • Total Cholesterol
  • Triglycerides
  • Waist Line
  • BMI

People with metabolic syndrome have an increased long-term risk for developing cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.

= High     ▼ = Low

     
 
 

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