____ is chest pain caused by reduced blood flow to the ____. It's not usually life threatening, but it's a warning sign that you could be at risk of a ____ or stroke. Sometimes the ____ build-up in an ____ creates a very rough surface through which the blood passes. This can result in the formation of a ____ which is released into the blood flow. If the blood clot is large enough, it can block the narrower passages in an artery and stop the blood flow through it. This is a condition called ____. A ____ occurs when there is an obstruction in the flow of blood to the ____. This deprives the brain of ____ and nutrients, causing brain cells to die. An ____ happens when there is a blockage of the blood vessels leading to the brain, which may be caused by a ____. However, if blood vessels in the brain rupture or leak, then a ____ occurs. Persons diagnosed with ____, high cholesterol, diabetes and obstructive sleep ____ are at a high risk of having a stroke. ____, also known as high blood pressure, can be detected by measuring ____ using a ____ and a stethoscope. Blood pressure is recorded with 2 numbers. The ____ is the force at which your heart pumps blood around your body. The ____ is the resistance to the blood flow in the blood vessels. The blood pressure is then recorded as a fraction of the systolic pressure over the diastolic pressure. If thrombosis occurs in the ____ (coronary thrombosis) this can stop the ____ and the person has a ____. To start the heart beating again, it needs to be massaged or given ____. In the longer term it can be treated by giving the patient a ____. This is an operation in which a piece of ____ is taken from the person’s ____ and used to create a new passage for the flow of blood to the ____, bypassing the blocked area.




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