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The AngioScan is an important tool in the prevention of cardiovascular disease. By measuring the elasticity of blood vessels large and small it is possible t… Video Rating: 0 / 5 Question by

Covers the definition, risk factors and etiologies, and the physiologic mechanisms behind the development of hypertension. Video Rating: 5 / 5 Question by Akito A: Do people with high blood pressure have smaller arteries? I am doing a small, school research paper on high blood pressure. I needed to find the width of systemic arteries and used pulmonary arteries instead. Somewhere along the way, I got some numbers for the widths: 3 mm for hypertensive people (that is, people with high blood pressure), and 6mm for normotensive people (people without high blood pressure) – note:… Read Article →

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