The Dental And Oral Diseases And Blood Disease

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Abstract

There is a close relationship between the dental and oral surgeries and the development of cardiovascular diseases and blood diseases. Cardiovascular diseases (heart diseases) are considered the main accuser of deaths in the developed countries. Mortality first accuser in countries such as Spain and West Europe countries. Blood disorder also is among the main and the most important considerations to be taken by the dental and oral surgeon and provider of care to the oral area. Therefore, dentistry, can be considered the protection gate for the heart and the blood and in case of manifestation taken dental diseases shall never lead to the development of blood diseases or cardiovascular diseases such as arterial hypertension , heart
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the surgeons are also required to give due care to the emergencies and take measures and precautions for finishing the surgery or the treatment as fast as possible to avoid more complication or fatal bleeding for them. Here the main concern is to show such relation between blood and cardiology diseases and the practices at the density. The assignment will concentrate on arterial hypertension, heart failure, arrhythmias and ischemic in addition to hemophilia as one of the blood disorder disease.

Arterial Hypertension
Arterial hypertension or as it 's abbreviated as (AHT) is considered a serious heart and health problem. The occurrence percentage represents high levels among the population , the problem may be complicated till reaching the state of unbearable chest pain called and known as (angina ) also, the problem represented in the occurrence of myocardial infarction and leading to more complicated problems which may rise to the fatal state such stroke. The main results of this condition may be in the form of affection and negative impact on:
 Nearly 10% of the total cardiovascular patients in developed countries such as West Europe countries. The problem is clear, astonishingly, in patients near the age of 30 years and above.
The matter is related to the normal and abnormal blood pressure. The blood pressure in the normal rates is
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