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9/18/20
Complicaciones de la presión arterial alta - Medical Animation
 
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Si usted o alguien que conoce padecen de presión alterial alta, este vídeo le ayudará a comprender qué es y porqué es importante mantenerla bajo control. Con el tiempo, la presión arterial alta dañará las paredes de sus arterias. Este daño puede ocasionar condiciones de peligro de muerte, por ejemplo, una arteria puede debilitarse y formar un engrandecimiento llamado aneurisma. La pared puede romperse y sangrar en el tejido que la rodea. En otro ejemplo, el daño a la pared de una arteria puede ingresar determinadas sustancias en la sangre como colesterol, grasa y calcio. Estás pueden acumularse para formar lo que se denomina placa. A medida que la placa crece, se deduce el flujo sanguíneo en la arteria. Las células sanguíneas pueden pegarse a la placa y formar montículos sólidos llamados coágulos. Los coágulos de sangre reducen aún más o bloquean completamente el flujo sanguíneo. Si esto sucede en el cerebro puede provocar un ACV. Si esto sucede en el corazón puede provocar un ataque cardíaco. En otro ejemplo, el daño en las arterias en los riñones puede reducir su capacidad de funcionar correctamente. Esto puede provocar una enfermedad renal. Como último ejemplo, el daño a las arterias hace que el corazón lata con mayor fuerza la presión arterial aún más y puede ocasionar una insuficiencia cardíaca. Si tiene preguntas acerca de la presión arterial alta o cualquier medicamento que le hayan recetado, consulte con su médico. Es importante tomar los medicamentos siguiendo las instrucciones e informar acerca de cualquier efecto secundario que pueda tener.

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