79.6 percent, P<0.001). Poor image quality leading to rescanning requests occurred in 1.8 percent of the measures of total kidney volume ., and Tables S2A and S2B in the Supplementary Appendix). Low versus Regular Blood-Pressure Target Significant differences in systolic and diastolic blood-pressure levels, as measured at home, were found between your low-blood-pressure group and the standard-blood-pressure group and were managed through the entire trial . The systolic and diastolic blood pressures, as measured at home, were on target across all study appointments in 40 to 66 percent and 58 to 75 percent of individuals in the low-blood-pressure group, respectively, and in 32 to 48 percent and 33 to 52 percent of those in the standard-blood-pressure group, respectively.Being overweight 5. Smoking and alcohol consumption 6. Lack of physical activity 7. Sedentary lifestyle 8. Type 2 diabetes 9. Family history of cardiovascular stroke or diseases 10. Genealogy of gestational diabetes, preeclampsia or hypertension for women. Signs and symptoms of acute coronary syndrome act like those of a heart attack. If they’re not treated quickly, they are able to worsen into coronary attack which may lead to death. Hence, when these signs and symptoms occur, individuals should seek emergency help. 1. Chest pain 2. Burning sensation in chest 3. Pain in left top arm 4. Pain in both the legs and arms 5. Chest tightness 6. Pain in jaw 7. Nausea 8. Vomiting 9. Falling short of breath 10. Sudden outburst of sweating The symptoms of severe coronary syndrome depend on age group, sex and underlying disorders.