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What studies are there showing the effectiveness of any substance on canine hypertension?

Searching on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov I could only find the article titled as "Telmisartan Treatment of Refractory Proteinuria in a Dog".
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Thrombus and Embolii

Can treatment of thrombus cause embolism, in case of very high blood pressure, that may even lead to a heart attack ? As the very high Blood pressure may cause some of the enzymes not act completely ...
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People say the cardiac cycle depends on blood pressure? How so?

I know what the cardiac cycle is. There are two phases diastole and systole. One is the relaxed, and the other is the contracted form of the heart. The diastole is where blood is pumped to the ...
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What is the blood ejection speed outward from human body vein? [closed]

At what height blood can eject from human vein ? I see, sometime there is direct blood transfer from one person to patient. So sometime blood bottle is kept at certain height and blood is transfer ...
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How do cellphones calculate heart rate?

How do cellphones calculate heart rate ? I understand that the cameras there try to count undulation in blood flow, but is the method of calculation same as that of professional SpO2 monitors ?
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Can too low oncotic pressure lead to Third spacing and Edema?

I know that low oncotic pressure is associated with many pathologies. I am interested how it is associated with Third spacing. My professor says that it can permit edema formation. The opposing ...
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Blood Pressure: Significance of difference between systolic and diastolic

I wanted to understand what is the difference between systolic and diastolic readings of blood pressure. I understand 120-80 to about 100-60 is considered normal but does the difference in the two ...
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Blood pressure difference while seated and laid down [closed]

My blood pressure readings differ a lot when I read them while seated and while I lay down on a bed. I tie the strap in both cases to my left bicep and rest for a minute before noting the readings ...
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How are the paranasal sinuses linked with the capillaries in the ear canals?

Sinus congestion often seems to be accompanied by excess pressure on the outer ears (as anyone who has shared a transcontinental flight with an infant can attest to) or fluid buildup in the canals. ...
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Blood circulation and blood pressure in different tissues [closed]

The volume of blood coursing the blood circulation is approximately five litres. A typical vein will stretch about eight times as much as corresponding artery. Because veins have high capacitance, ...