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Pathophysiological effect of hypernatremia in relation to the home measurement of blood Pressure (MDPA) in high andean people. Ayacucho - peru


Journal of Cardiology & Current Research
Jesús Javier Ñaccha Urbano

Abstract

The present research work had the following objectives: to know the pathophysiological effect of hypernatremia in relation to blood pressure measurement (MDPA) in high Andean settlers. To determine the factors that generate hypernatremia in relation to blood pressure measurement (MDPA) in high Andean settlers.

 

The applied method was Barochiner's based on home blood pressure measurement (MDPA), it also offers advantages over other ambulatory blood pressure (BP) measurement methods, such as greater acceptance by patients, lower cost and Treatment was monitored in some rural communities such as Huascahura, Rancha, Socos, Vinchos, Quinua, Acosvinchos, Acocro and Mollepata.

 

Among the results obtained we have the following: the pathophysiological effect of hypernatremia in relation to the measurement of blood pressure (MDPA) in high Andean settlers of 36% The prevalence of 80%, in relation to the measurement of blood pressure (MDPA) in settlers high Andes. The factors that generate hypernatremia in relation to blood pressure measurement (MDPA) in high Andean settlers such as low consumption of beverages, dehydration, poor diet, pathologies and self-medication. Finally, the reproducibility and reliability of the MDPA protocol has been determined using Cronbach's alpha equivalent to 0.87.

Keywords

hyponthermia, hypernatremia blood pressure,table salt, measurement of blood pressure, dehydration, poor diet, pathologies, sodium chloride

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