The recent pandemic has substantially changed the approach to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases in women. Women have been significantly impacted by the changes that occurred during the pandemic and the quarantine adopted to prevent the spread of the disease. Changes involved prevention both through the reduction of visits and preventive screening and through social and economic changes. It is necessary to adopt new cardiovascular prevention approaches focused on returning to healthy lifestyles, reducing stress and depression also using modern tools such as telemedicine, mobile phone applications and the web. These tools convey messages in a persuasive way especially in young and adult women. There is less impact of these new tools on older women towards whom it is important to adopt a more traditional approach. This review focuses on the new approach to cardiovascular prevention in women in light of the lifestyle changes recorded during the pandemic and which led to an increase in obesity examines the effects on the cardiovascular system induced by stress and depression and analyses the new high blood pressure guidelines and indications that are specific to women.

Mattioli A.V., Moscucci F., Sciomer S., Maffei S., Nasi M., Pinti M., et al. (2023). Cardiovascular prevention in women: An update by the Italian Society of Cardiology working group on 'Prevention, hypertension and peripheral disease'. JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE, 24(Suppl 2), 147-155 [10.2459/JCM.0000000000001423].

Cardiovascular prevention in women: An update by the Italian Society of Cardiology working group on 'Prevention, hypertension and peripheral disease'

Mattioli A. V.
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Pizzi C.;
2023

Abstract

The recent pandemic has substantially changed the approach to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases in women. Women have been significantly impacted by the changes that occurred during the pandemic and the quarantine adopted to prevent the spread of the disease. Changes involved prevention both through the reduction of visits and preventive screening and through social and economic changes. It is necessary to adopt new cardiovascular prevention approaches focused on returning to healthy lifestyles, reducing stress and depression also using modern tools such as telemedicine, mobile phone applications and the web. These tools convey messages in a persuasive way especially in young and adult women. There is less impact of these new tools on older women towards whom it is important to adopt a more traditional approach. This review focuses on the new approach to cardiovascular prevention in women in light of the lifestyle changes recorded during the pandemic and which led to an increase in obesity examines the effects on the cardiovascular system induced by stress and depression and analyses the new high blood pressure guidelines and indications that are specific to women.
2023
Mattioli A.V., Moscucci F., Sciomer S., Maffei S., Nasi M., Pinti M., et al. (2023). Cardiovascular prevention in women: An update by the Italian Society of Cardiology working group on 'Prevention, hypertension and peripheral disease'. JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE, 24(Suppl 2), 147-155 [10.2459/JCM.0000000000001423].
Mattioli A.V.; Moscucci F.; Sciomer S.; Maffei S.; Nasi M.; Pinti M.; Bucciarelli V.; Dei Cas A.; Parati G.; Ciccone M.M.; Palmiero P.; Maiello M.; Pe...espandi
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