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high blood pressure:

see hypertensionhypertension
or high blood pressure,
elevated blood pressure resulting from an increase in the amount of blood pumped by the heart or from increased resistance to the flow of blood through the small arterial blood vessels (arterioles).
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One of the talks is dedicated to the collaboratory, service-oriented Web portal serving as a central unified access point to the six HBP platforms (neuroinformatics, brain simulation, HPC, medical informatics, neuromorphic and neurorobotics platforms) for the researchers inside the flagship project.
Variables were created for the disease diagnosis (yes = 1 and no = 0), separately for all three diseases; CVD, HBP, and high cholesterol diagnoses.
HBP Monpellier, which has moved three of its staff into the e-volve site while retaining its former head office in Carlisle, has bought a share in PCI as part of the deal and will continue to develop a range of software, including accountancy, e-commerce and point of sale software.
HBP partners with Weight Watchers brand to offer a new line of low-fat Danish coffee cakes.
Everall cautioned, but it would appear that the class of drugs and viral load together may influence the risk of HBP.
The US filing was based on a clinical trial program involving more than 5,000 HBP patients.
The offenders nabbed four alloys from HBP Motors on the estate before smashing through a fence and damaging two cars next door at ST Volkswagen.
Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently issued a report on how the Federal Highway Bridge Program (HBP) addresses bridge conditions, how States use HBP funds and select bridge projects for funding, and what the data indicate about bridge conditions and the program's impact.
HBP increases the heart's workload, causing the heart to thicken and become stiffer.
This testimony addresses (1) the current state of the nation's bridges and the impacts of the HBP and (2) the extent to which the HBP aligns with principles GAO developed to guide the re-examination of surface transportation programs.
Amyloid precursor protein (APP) expression was also significantly increased in MBN-induced HBP carcinomas but was significantly reduced by tea intake (P<0.