Vascular calcifications can be defined as the mineral deposits on the walls of the arteries and veins. These mineral deposits sometimes stick to fatty deposits, or plaques, which are already built up on the walls of a blood vessel.
A research carried out by some cardiovascular health practitioners stated that vascular calcifications can lead to some heart related diseases, stroke and blood clots which may cause death if one isn't very careful.
Vascular calcification is common with some people suffering from chronic kidney disease and end-stage renal disease, especially when combined with unhealthy risk factors such as smoking, advanced age, diabetes, and hypertension, according to a BioMed Research International study. For those patients, vascular calcification is thought to be irreversible.
There are various ways of treating vascular calcification. Let me just list a few ways of doing that and these includes the below tips.
1) Go for Vascular Surgery
2) Avoid Smoking
3) Regular Exercise
4) Eat Healthy Food
5) Go to the nearest hospital if you notice any thing unpleasant in your health.
Thanks for reading and I hope this helps.
The Vascular calcification is actually known to be highly prevalent and also actually correlated with the actual high rates of the cardiovascular mortality present in a chronic kidney disease patients...
there have been some Recent evidences that really suggests that mineral, and also hormonal, and metabolic imbalances that actually do promote the actual phenotype change in the vascular cells as well as the deficiencies in some specific mineralization inhibitory pathways actually may be important factors which really contributes to the vascular calcification in many of these patients....