They do not injure the brain however, they often foreshadow an acute stroke, so should be treated just as urgently.Corrine Y. Jurgens, associate profe
They do not injure the brain however, they often foreshadow an acute stroke, so should be treated just as urgently.
Corrine Y. Jurgens, associate professor at Boston College’s Connell School of Nursing, said: “Symptoms of these cardiovascular diseases can profoundly affect quality of life, and a clear understanding of them is critical for effective diagnosis and treatment decisions.
“The scientific statement is a ‘state of the science’ compendium detailing the symptoms associated with cardiovascular disease, similarities and differences in symptoms among the conditions, and sex differences in symptoms presentation and reporting.”
Professor Jurgens continued: “Symptoms relief is an important part of managing cardiovascular disease.
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