Secondhand Smoke Exposure Triggered Respiratory Cardiothoracic Diseases

Secondhand Smoke Exposure Triggered Respiratory Cardiothoracic Diseases

Secondhand Smoke Exposure Induces Harmful Health

Jia-Ping Wu

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Secondhand smoke exposure and aging caused synergistic effects on the activation of heart adaptive mechanisms. Active cigarette smoking influences all these pathways. Secondhand smoke exposure always makes human pathological cardiac hypertrophy. In left ventricular individual, secondhand smoke exposure may stimuli first a phase of cardiac hypertrophy. Secondhand smoke increases arterial stiffness and coronary cardiac disease events. Because of secondhand smoke exposure involves the combination of the smoke emitted by the burning end of a tobacco cigarette and the smoke exhaled by the smoker into the environment. Left ventricular pathological hypertrophy due to secondhand smoke exposure was observed in old-age patients, which leads to left ventricular remodeling and loss of function. Left ventricular pathological hypertrophy leads to ventricular remodeling and increases the risk of a cardiovascular event and mortality.


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Jia-Ping Wu:
Jia-Ping Wu has completed his Ph.D. degree from China Medical University, and then postdoctoral fellow training at National Chiao Tung University, China Medical University, and E-Da Hospital. During his Ph.D. study, he finished 10 publications from 2012-2015 including his thesis. He is an assistant researcher at Research Center for Healthcare Industry Innovation, National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Sciences. He has been serving as a journal editorial board member and reviewer. At the same time, also write an ebook on the website. With company cooperation with a new drug. Talk his studies in the whole world including America, Europe- and Asia.

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