Describe the physiology of blood pressure control

Describe the physiology of blood pressure control. Causes of Primary Hypertension may include overactivity of the SNS; overactivity of the RAAS; alterations in other neurohumoral mediators of blood volume and vasomotor tone such as ANP, BNP, and adrenomedullin; inflammation; a complex interaction involving insulin resistance and endothelial function; and obesity-related hormonal changes

Select 3 of the above potential causes and explain the pathophysiologic mechanisms of primary hypertension.

Response #1 Post a response to one peer in your discussion group. In the post identify the organ damage that can occur as a result of Hypertension. Describe the pathophysiologic process of the organ damage.

Response #2 Orthostatic hypotension can occur as an adverse effect of medications used to manage hypertension. Go back to your initial post and describe the pathophysiologic process that causes orthostatic hypotension.

Looking for a similar assignment? Get help from our qualified experts!

Our specialized Assignment Writers can help you with your custom paper today. 100% written from scratch

Order a Similar Paper Order a Different Paper
0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *