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Autonomic centers that control blood pressure, heart rate, and digestion are located in the And why it happens

Autonomic centers that control blood pressure, heart rate, and digestion are located in the … The organs of our body (viscera), such as the heart, intestines and stomach, are regulated by a branch of the nervous system known as the autonomic nervous system. autonomic centers that control blood pressure, heart …

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Angina scale Let us know

Angina scale، Risk scales in the diagnosis of unstable angina in patients with chest pain with electrocardiogram and negative biomarkers Risk scales in the diagnosis of unstable angina in patients with chest pain with negative electrocardiogram and biomarkers ☆ Author links open overlay panel John Sprockel Díaz Magda Lorena González Russi …

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Preinfarction angina And what their causes are

Preinfarction angina، INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES: Preinfarct angina can reduce the size of myocyte necrosis and improve the prognosis after acute myocardial infarction. The aim of this study is to analyze total mortality 6 months after acute myocardial infarction according to the presence or absence of preinfarct angina. preinfarction angina METHODS:We prospectively …

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gout and heart disease .. What is the relationship between them

Gout and heart disease: many relationship between uric acid and a range of epidemiological studies have large proven cardiovascular cases , vascular, such as high blood pressure, metabolic syndrome, diseases of the heart coronary disease heart and blood vessels, and vascular dementia, early poisoning, and kidney disease. The relationship between …

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ductal dependent congenital heart disease .. Detail and photos

ductal dependent congenital heart disease BY Dr. Fernando Rueda. Medical-surgical unit of congenital heart diseases. CHUAC   ANATOMY Ductus dependent heart diseases comprise a heterogeneous group of diseases that have in common the presence of a persistent ductus arteriosus (DAP), which is mandatory to ensure the survival of the patient. Conceptually there is an …

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