\”\”\”WHAT IS PULSE PRESSURE

REQUESTING ONLY 22952 FOR 2 PAGE PAPER, 4 OR MORE SCHOLARLY NURSING REFERENCES, APA FORMAT DUE 6/5 10AM EASTERN STANDARD TIME OR EARLIER IF POSSIBLE,, ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS AND READING IN SELECT FILE… SAMPLE SUBJECT IS GEORGE WHO IS 58 YEAR OLD CAUCASIAN MALE WHO IS OVERWEIGHT 260 LBS, WITH A BODY MASS INDEX (BMI) OF 30 GEORGE IS POSITIVE FOR HIGH SYSTOLIC BP OF 130 AND HIGH DIASTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE OF 90, WITH A PULSE PRESSURE OF 40,,, GEORGE HAS BEEN ON ANTIHYPERTENSIVE MEDICATION SINCE AGE 20 WHEN HIGH BP WAS FIRST NOTICED BY TREATING MD ,,GEORGES FATHER AND MOTHER BOTH HAD HIGH SYSTOLIC AND DIASTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE , MOTHER WAS MILDLY OVER WEIGHT AND FATHER WAS NOT,,>>> DEFINE BLODD PRESSURE QUOTING FROM MAYOCLINIC.ORG WEBSITE DEFINITION BY SHELDON G. SHEPS, M.D. FROM MAYO CLINIC.ORG SUB HEADING DISEASES AND CONDITIONS (HYPERTENSION) sections \”\”\”WHAT IS PULSE PRESSURE? HOW IMPORTANT IS PULSE PRESSURE TO YOUR OVERALL HEALTH\”\”\” BOTH OF GEORGES PARENTS HAD BOTH SYSTOLIC AND DIASTOLIC HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE , FATHER HAD A HEART CONDITION, ATRIAL FIBRILLATION (IRREGULAR HEART BEAT) AND EVENTUALLY HAD triple coronary artery bypass surgery AND MOTHER HAD KIDNEY DISEASE RELATED TO UNTREATED HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE , father died at age 87of congestive heart failure and mother died at 85 of congestive heart failure THE TEACHER INSTRUCTIONS REQUIRE YOU TO READ CH 16 IN GORDIS TEXTBOOK AND 3 RELATED ARTICLES ON NURSING PERSPECTIVES IN EPIDEMILOGY PLEASE READ ALL AND I WILL GIVE YOU A $50 BONUS TIP FOR DOING REQUIRED READING BEFORE RITING PAPER ,,, USE TABLE 16-6 INFO ON PARENT CHILD CORRELATION COEFFICIENTS WHICH INDICATE A 0.34 CORELATION COEFFICIENTS BETWEEN PARENT AND CHILD SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE find more epidemiologic evidence of genetic links between parent diseases and a genetics predisposition or association in children IN THIS CASE TRUE FOR HIGH BP (BUT FIND MORE STUDIES LINKING PARENT AND CHILD HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE SYSTOLIC OR DIASTOLIC OR PULSE PRESSURE AN ATRIAL FIBRALLATION FROM FATHER TO SON,, FIND POPULATION DATA FOR SYSTOLIC AND DIASTOLIC BP HYPERTENSION AND PULSE RATE ALSO EPIDEMILOGIC ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN WEIGHT, BMI, ATRIAL FIBRALLATION, KIDNEY DISEASE, STROKE, CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE , CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE , BYPASS SURGERY ETC OTHER DISEAE RISK PROFILES FOR GEORGE BOTH PARENT DIED IN MID 80s IS THIS A LIKELY RESULT FOR GEORGE, UNLESS HE MODIFIES HIS BEHAVIR BY LOOSING WEIGHT , REDUCING BMI TO 10 OR UNDER SOME GOOD NUMBER , IS THERE EPIDEMILOGIC EVIDENCE THAT IF MODIFICATIONS ARE MADE THEN LIFE EXPECTANCY INCREASES OR IF NO MODIFICATIONS ARE MADE THEN LIFE EXPECTANCY LESSENS ,, GENETIC IMPACT VS ENVIORNMENTAL IMPACT AND BENEFIT OF MODIFICATION EFFORTS,,,