If you look around, you can see that it is not uncommon for a person to lose a life or become disabled while receiving treatment at a hospital. As in the case of announcer Masataka Itsumi, the tragedy of an energetic working person who suddenly finds cancer and undergoes surgery or treatment, dies within a few months, still frequently occurs. The pain of fighting the disease that these patients go through right up to their death is not the only thing. He constantly suffers from extreme malaise, vomiting, hair loss, and sudden weakness.

In fact, cancers such as stomach cancer, esophageal cancer, liver cancer, and uterine cancer do not suffer if left untreated. The reason people die in excruciating pain is because of unnecessary cancer treatment. Still, doctors whisper to their patients that cancer is a terrible disease and should be treated immediately.

This isn't just about cancer. It is not uncommon for life to be shortened after undergoing tests or treatment at a hospital, such as being diagnosed with metabolic syndrome during a health checkup and suddenly dying from a myocardial infarction after starting jogging, or having an aneurysm found in a brain examination and undergoing surgery to become paralyzed.

In a way, doctors are more terrifying than gangsters or robbers. Gangsters do not usually kill or amputate body parts. Robbers usually only steal money. However, doctors not only threaten patients to pay them, but also injure the speaker or even lose their life.

However, there are many cases of improvement after hospital treatment and surgery. There are many cases of cancer dying from neglect. Unlike Japanese doctors, there are many excellent Korean doctors. There are also many examples of righteous doctors who are honest and recommend only necessary surgeries to their patients and save the dying by successfully performing surgeries on critically ill patients without any error.

If necessary, it would be a wise choice to follow the recommendations of good doctors.


Justice of High Blood pressure

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Blood pressure is the force that blood exerts on the walls of blood vessels. When reading blood pressure, divide it into systolic blood pressure (systolic blood pressure) and diastolic blood pressure (low blood pressure). The systolic blood pressure is the pressure exerted on the blood vessels when the heart contracts and pumps out blood, and the diastolic blood pressure is the pressure on the blood vessels when the heart expands (relaxes) and receives blood.

Hypertension is defined as a systolic blood pressure of 140 mmHg or higher or a diastolic blood pressure of 90 mmHg or higher in adults 18 years of age or older. Hypertension can be broadly classified into two categories: secondary hypertension when the causative disease is known and hypertension occurs, and essential (primary) hypertension when the causal disease is not found. About 95% of all hypertensive patients have essential hypertension. The underlying cause of essential hypertension is not clear, but it is thought to be due to an increase in cardiac output (the amount of blood pumped out of the heart in 1 minute) or an increase in peripheral vascular resistance. Risk factors related to hypertension include family history of hypertension, drinking, smoking, old age, lack of exercise, obesity, salty eating habits, and environmental and psychological factors such as stress.

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