Hypertension – An Introduction to High Blood Pressure

Hypertension - An Introduction To High Blood Pressure

Hypertension - An Introduction To High Blood Pressure

Hypertension - An Introduction To High Blood Pressure

Hypertension - An Introduction To High Blood Pressure

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Hypertension - An Introduction To High Blood Pressure

Covers the definition, risk factors and etiologies, and the physiologic mechanisms behind the development of hypertension.

Hypertension - An Introduction to High Blood Pressure

Covers the definition, risk factors and etiologies, and the physiologic mechanisms behind the development of hypertension.

22 thoughts on “Hypertension – An Introduction to High Blood Pressure

  1. Thanks Dr Eric for your lectures”best refresher courses ever”.
    me as an anesthesiologist preoperative cardiac clearance is an important
    issue.
    can you please talk about this topic at the end of your cardiology
    lectures, and also if you have lectures about pacemakers and how to deal
    with them and cardiac emergencies and their management.

    1. Thanks for watching! I already have pacemakers and a variety of cardiac
      emergencies on my list of topics to cover in the future, and will add
      preoperative assessment as well (a great suggestion). Unfortunately, I
      have many other topics on my list, and I can’t make any guarantees when
      specifically I will get to them.

    1. @LeonardoMK123, I think there were enough problems/controversies with the
      JNC8 recommendations that I wouldn’t consider them guidelines with the same
      credibility as ACC or IDSA guidelines. Instead, I would consider them the
      opinion of a group of people writing a review paper – worth the time to
      read through, but no one should accept the recommendations at face value
      without reviewing the data themselves. On the whole, personally, there are
      some things I agree with (e.g. liberalizing the first-choice
      anti-hypertensive from just a thiazide to thiazide, ACE-I, ARB, or CCB),
      those I disagree with (e.g. liberalizing BP goal in patients with CKD or
      DM), and those which I’m not sure I have a strong opinion (e.g.
      liberalizing BP goal in patients > 60; al though I definitely agree with
      liberalizing BP in patients > 80, in agreement with other professional
      societies)

    2. +Eric’s Medical Lectures Thanks a lot for your opinion, Dr Eric, it is very
      helpful for medical students.
      I also agree about not liberalizing BP goals in patients over than 60
      years, not until there’s a trial like HYVET for patients over 60.
      Please keep up the good work :)

  2. Education for all helps heal suffering around the world. Thank & many
    thanks to your education video.

  3. Thank you so much for doing these hard work for us. You are simply awesome.
    Best teacher in youtube. Just love your lectures. I have a request for you.
    Can you please make series of lectures on “CT Scan analysis” Not only the
    head CT but also Thorax and abdomen. Please….!! Thanx in advance.

    1. Thanks for the feedback! I greatly appreciate viewer requests, and try to
      honor them as best as I can – I hope to someday be able to do series on CT
      scans (head, thorax, abd/pelvis) similar to what I did with chest X-rays.
      However, my list of topics to cover has grown very long. Also, I have
      incrementally less experience and expertise with CT than plain films, which
      means each video will take a little longer. Bottom line: I hope to get to
      them someday, but unfortunately, it probably won’t be in the immediate
      future.

    1. Richard, most of them are already organized into playlists (e.g. EKG
      interpretation, sodium and potassium disorders, cardiac physical exam,
      antibiotics, etc…) which you can view from the main channel page. There
      are a few videos that aren’t currently in playlists (e.g. shock, COPD
      exacerbations, vasculitis) because I haven’t posted enough videos of
      similar-enough topic to suggest a logical grouping.

  4. high blood pressure is a must if some of the artillery get narrow. there is
    no point reducing the blood pressure. first you must clear the blockage..

    1. +Altex lan Peripheral arteries work like resistors in parallel. A few can
      be completely blocked, without a significant increase in systemic blood
      pressure.

  5. Hello Eric, thank you very much for this great video; all your videos are
    fantastically informing. I do have a question here: you mentioned that for
    people over 50 SBP is more important and for people under 50 DBP is more
    important. why is it? Thank you very much for your time. Regards,

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