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    Hetty dwi putri

    012106180SGD : 11

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    What the correlation hypertension

    and DM with symptoms ?

    In patients with hypertension decreased NO production caused by

    due to the increased production of reactive oxygen species (ROS), such assuperoxide(O2). These production increases occur because of decreasedmetabolism in mitochondria (Kashyap et al., 2005). Due to increasedproduction of free radicals hypertension in patients with chronicinflammation. Due to chronic inflammation in hypertension, cells in thecentral nervous system willActive neuronal cells (neuroglia) to release proinflammatory cytokines.

    Impaired cognitive function bu hipertensi :

    Because of the hypertension caused by accumulated loss of neurons bybecause of repeated accidents in microvascular. Chronic damage to thecortex Cerebral obvious relation to the continuous loss of neurons.Proinflammatory cytokines have implications in cerebrovascular injury,especially due to atherosclerosis and hipertensi.

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    Whats cognitive impairement ?

    Cognitive impairment is a broad term to describe a wide variety of impaired brain functionrelating to the ability of a person to:

    think

    concentrate

    react to emotions

    formulate ideas

    problem solve

    reason

    remember

    There can be a wide range of severity in impairment from mild through to severe. Cognitiveimpairment can be associated with many disabilities and disorders that can be present at birth oracquired later in life, for example:

    Acquired brain injury

    Autism spectrum disorder

    Intellectual disabilities

    Organic dementia

    Other neurological conditions

    Other psychiatric and mental health

    Specific learning disabilities

    Substance dependencies

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    Symptoms and characteristics

    The symptoms and characteristics of cognitive impairmentdepend on the specific type of impairment. The mostcommon symptoms and charcteristics include:

    avoidance of eye contact

    difficulty understanding the motivation, perspectives orfeelings of others

    difficulty coping with changes

    decreased ability to learn new skills

    difficulty with reading, writing, spelling and comprehension

    co-ordination problems

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    What kinds memory disorder ?

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    Why the doctor gave haloperidol and

    rivastigmine ?

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    disorder and mental nonorganic

    disorder , and give example ?

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    Symptoms and characteristics

    The symptoms and characteristics of cognitive impairmentdepend on the specific type of impairment. The mostcommon symptoms and charcteristics include:

    avoidance of eye contact difficulty understanding the motivation, perspectives or

    feelings of others

    difficulty coping with changes

    decreased ability to learn new skills

    difficulty with reading, writing, spelling and comprehension

    co-ordination problems

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    Why he often enters wrong house

    wich he thougth it was his house ?

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    Ada seorang model kecelakaan ada luka bakar sehingga kontraktur ,lalu

    depresi lalu mati .apakah non GMO atau GMO ?jelaskan !

    h ki d i

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    Org tua 60 th OA ,sakit terus depresi

    terus mati .GMO atau non GMO ?

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    mengalami depresi .GMO atau non

    GMO ?

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    Why he accuses others of taking his

    belongings for that ?

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    How chronology case of symptoms ?

    Wh t i th l ti t

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    What is the correlation symptoms

    with age ?

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