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  A True Story about Hypertension (1)

In the mid-1980s, after consulting many, many cardiologists, I was diagnosed with essential hypertension, today called SYSTEMIC HYPER BLOOD PRESSURE or “idiopathic hypertension.” “Idiopathic” is a medical term that means: we do not know what causes the condition.

Yes, I eventually got my own HYPER BLOOD PRESSURE (HBP) under control, but I also learned from my own experience, as well as that of many others, that control of HBP was (and is) effective only up to certain level. Even if medicated, a patient with Essential Hypertension may experience totally random, sudden, and unexplained surges of hypertension that may even lead to fatal or catastrophic outcomes. So, seeking for an answer that specialists couldn’t give me, I familiarized myself with all the bio-theories concerning HBP and found some loose ends.

 

As a result of my findings and based on my first-hand health events, in 1987 I sent a paper to the "The Rolex Awards" suggesting—using a mathematical model—an alternative response to the phenomenon of HYPER BLOOD PRESSURE that used a pacemaker via a type of mechatronic mechanism, no matter that  the available technologies at that time did not allow the construction of such a device.

 

From time to time, I would go over my notes trying to gain real insight  into this very complicated and at times controversial subject. My transition from the field of Computer Science to cardiology and hemodynamics wasn't by any means gentle; just remember: in those years, there was no Internet.

 

Nevertheless, I never gave up learning about the subject. My wife used to say, in those many years during which I worked as a consultant, when she saw me obsessively pursuing the subject: “I know when he is between contracts, because it’s when he’s studying the subject of hypertension.”

The truth of the matter is that this has been a sort of commitment between me and my condition: for when I was working in the health industries, as I did for so many years, I talked to physicians in different environments and in different, related fields of specialty, and I always managed to study as many medical records on the subject of hypertension as I could.

 

Seven years ago, once freed from family obligations, I devoted myself completely to this “life project.” I gave up my customary method of analyzing the problem of HYPER BLOOD PRESSURE. I stopped asking the whys and returned to the fundamental laws of physics; focusing on the answers, I re-asserted myself, and in doing so I reencountered my own perspective from twenty years ago, meaning this: there is no biochemical cure for Essential Hypertension. The solution, if any, must come from biophysics. In 2010, I stopped the endless calculations, made the final drafts, and filed for a patent of my invention in Venezuela. In February 2015, after prooving its eficacy in an animal research, we introduce and got a provitional patent in the U.S. 

 ANTICTUS, is another story, another invention to be used in emergency settings to counter attack resistant hypertension that we introduced for patenting in Venezuela.