Kerbala University held a scientific symposium to discuss the latest developments in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases
College of Pharmacy at the University of Kerbala organised a seminar in cooperation with the Imam Al-Hussein Medical City on the latest developments in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases with the participation of researchers from University of Kerbala and Kerbala Health Department.
The symposium, which was held under the slogan Current developments in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, aimed to see the latest developments in the treatment of pulmonary hypertension and the treatment of atrial auricular. Furthermore, the latest developments and methods to treat and prevent blood pressure disease were discussed.
The seminar focused on two themes; high pulmonary pressure and the treatment of atrial fibrillation. The participants discussed the most important preventive strategies related to the field of blood pressure, such as studying the causes of its spread locally and globally as well as the association of blood pressure with obesity. The researchers also focused on the causes of infection in children and adolescents, and the impact of blood pressure on other organs such as the heart, kidneys, and eyes.
The researchers stressed the importance of keeping up with the scientific developments in the developed world in order to give the correct diagnosis of this type of disease. In addition, the researchers emphasised the need for public health awareness programs that encourage the behaviour of a healthy lifestyle in order to prevent high blood pressure as well as the importance of periodic testing.
For his part, the Dean of the College of Pharmacy, Dr. Ahmed Saleh Al-Khazali said that the college seeks to improve the public awareness of health and the scientific products in the province of Karbala and Iraq in general. The dean emphasised the need to minimise the existence of high blood pressure in the community. Furthermore, he highlighted the prominence of improving the practice of doctors when treating high blood pressure by suggesting the application of modern procedures.