What are the causes of acute hypertension?

Answer Approximately 90 to 95 percent of the cases of hypertension, or high blood pressure, are considered chronic. This means that the problem has developed and worsened over an extended period of time. ... Read More »

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How does hypertension causes acute coronary syndrome?

Strain ischemia or electrical disturbances and ACS

What Does"Acute Care"Mean?

Acute care hospitals admit patients for only short periods of time for treatment of an illness, surgery, injury or short-term complications from a chronic illness. Acute care hospitals differ from ... Read More »

What does acute diverticulitis mean?

Diverticula are small pouches that develop in the digestive tract in some people, most often after age 40. Acute diverticulitis occurs if these pouches become inflamed or infected, according to the... Read More »

What is acute care?

When patients enter a hospital, they are diagnosed with having acute or chronic (long-term) medical or mental-health conditions. Acute medical problems happen unexpectedly and are severe in nature... Read More »