Complications of HypertensionAdd to My Apps
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Persistent elevation of blood pressure can cause irreparable damage to major organs of the human body. This animation focuses on various complications of hypertension that can damage important organs of the body and explains how it can be controlled through lifestyle modifications and medications.With this application from the worldwide leader in medical animation, you can better understand disease conditions through a virtual tour of the human system in these extremely accurate and incredible animation videos. •Visual media is particularly well-suited to the science of medicine•Medicine is simplified with the use of visual media and innovative health animations•Medical and health information have never been so easily understandable or more accessible•Effortlessly understand chronic illness and diseases, therapies, procedures or techniques.•Perceive and understand the cellular world, metabolism, and body functions through incredible animated videos accompanied by audio.•Created with the expertise and support of internationally reputed opinion leaders•Easily explain medical conditions to students, colleagues, patients, and family members with the aid of this visual mediaApp Features: • Medical animation explaining complications of Hypertension (Running time: 7:40 minutes)• Summary of topic highlights• Transcript - with links to medical terms for more information• Notes pages for each of the main sections covered in the videoFocus Medica Clients:Boehringer International, Roche, MSD, Norgine, Novartis, Nycomed, Sanofi Pasteur, Otsuka, Dr. Reddy’s, Ranbaxy, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Ltd., Wyeth, Janssen-Cilag Pharmaceuticals, Allergan, Schering-Plough, Banyu, Cipla, Glenmark, Zydus, Sanofi-Aventis, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Bayer, Astra-Zeneca, Piramal Healthcare, Wockhardt, Unichem Laboratories Ltd., Lilly, Torrent.DISCLAIMER: The information provided through these applications are only intended to be informative and should not be construed as a substitute for medical advice.
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