Renal failure (kidney failure) is a serious medical condition occurs when the kidneys are no longer able to remove waste and excess fluid from the blood.
Stroke: How to Spot the Signs, Get Treatment, and Survive
A stroke also called a brain stroke or transient ischemic attack is a sudden loss of brain function due to a blockage or bleeds in the brain.
Atherosclerosis: The Silent Killer
Atherosclerosis, also known as "hardening of the arteries," is a serious medical condition in which plaque builds up on the walls of blood vessels.
Coronary Artery Disease: Everything You Need to Know
Coronary artery disease also called ischemic heart disease occurs when the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle become damaged or diseased.
Hypotension: What is Low Blood Pressure and How Can You Treat It?
Hypotension is a condition in which the blood pressure falls below the normal range caused by dehydration, medications, and underlying medical conditions.
How to Save a Life in Cardiac Arrest: The Ultimate Guide
Cardiac arrest is a condition in which the heart suddenly stops beating. This can happen for many reasons, including a heart attack, electrocution, or drowning.
Post-Delivery Seizures: What You Need to Know
Post-delivery seizures also known as postpartum convulsions or puerperal seizures are a type of seizure that can occur in mothers after childbirth.
High Blood Pressure (Hypertension): What You Need to Know
Blood pressure is the force of your blood pushing against the walls of your arteries (blood vessels). When this force is too high, it is called hypertension.
What You Need to Know About Eclampsia: A Guide for Pregnant Women
Eclampsia is a life-threatening condition that can occur in pregnant women. It is characterized by high blood pressure and the appearance of seizures.
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