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Evaluation of renal hypertension in the population of patients of the Department of Interventional Cardiology in Ostrołęka

Bożena Białczak
Nadciśnienie tętnicze 2012;16(3):160-168.

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Vol 16, No 3 (2012)
Prace oryginalne
Published online: 2012-08-01

Abstract

Background Poland strives to improve an access to the
modern procedures for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases,
especially resulting from atherosclerosis to enable
the causes and complications of the hypertension leading
to heart attack, stroke, and kidney failure and sudden
death. Currently, modern procedures for the conduct of
procedures performed The Department of Interventional
Cardiology in Ostrołęka currently performs a wide range
of modern procedures In interventional cardiology.
The aim of this study was to analyze and evaluate the
population of patients with renovascular hypertension,
hospitalized in the Department of Interventional Cardiology
in Ostroleka.

Materials and methods The study population consisted of
1486 patients, men and women hospitalized both as elective
and urgent cases, undergoing interventional cardiology
procedures. We identified 172 patients with the concurrent
kidney disease associated with hypertension. We
analyzed medical records, age, sex and the blood results of
patients. For the analysis of the data collected Microsoft
Office Excel and STATISTICA PL 5.5 were used.

Results and conclusions The paper presents an analysis of
the population of patients admitted for various interventional
cardiology procedures. We specified eight groups of
renal diseases associated with hypertension. We distinguished
two causes for the renal disease: vascular and parenchyma.

Abstract

Background Poland strives to improve an access to the
modern procedures for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases,
especially resulting from atherosclerosis to enable
the causes and complications of the hypertension leading
to heart attack, stroke, and kidney failure and sudden
death. Currently, modern procedures for the conduct of
procedures performed The Department of Interventional
Cardiology in Ostrołęka currently performs a wide range
of modern procedures In interventional cardiology.
The aim of this study was to analyze and evaluate the
population of patients with renovascular hypertension,
hospitalized in the Department of Interventional Cardiology
in Ostroleka.

Materials and methods The study population consisted of
1486 patients, men and women hospitalized both as elective
and urgent cases, undergoing interventional cardiology
procedures. We identified 172 patients with the concurrent
kidney disease associated with hypertension. We
analyzed medical records, age, sex and the blood results of
patients. For the analysis of the data collected Microsoft
Office Excel and STATISTICA PL 5.5 were used.

Results and conclusions The paper presents an analysis of
the population of patients admitted for various interventional
cardiology procedures. We specified eight groups of
renal diseases associated with hypertension. We distinguished
two causes for the renal disease: vascular and parenchyma.
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Keywords

hypertension, kidney disease, patient population, interventional cardiology, renal angiography

About this article
Title

Evaluation of renal hypertension in the population of patients of the Department of Interventional Cardiology in Ostrołęka

Journal

Arterial Hypertension

Issue

Vol 16, No 3 (2012)

Pages

160-168

Published online

2012-08-01

Bibliographic record

Nadciśnienie tętnicze 2012;16(3):160-168.

Keywords

hypertension
kidney disease
patient population
interventional cardiology
renal angiography

Authors

Bożena Białczak

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