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Dr. Dante D. Morales

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President

Philippine Society of Hypertension
 
Background

Employment History

  • Vice President
    Philippine Society of Hypertension
  • Medical Director
    Manila Doctors Hospital
  • Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs
    Manila Doctors Hospital
  • President
    Philippine Lipid Society
  • President
    Philippine Society for Hypertension
  • Vice President
    Philippine Society for Hypertension
  • President
    Philippine Heart Association
  • President
    Philippine College of Physicians

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Trustee
    Philippine Society of Hypertension
  • Board Member
    Manila Doctors Hospital

Education

  • Doctor of Medicine , Internal Medicine
    University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center
  • Doctor of Medicine , Department of Medicine
    University of the Philippines
64 Total References
Web References
The National Nutrition and Health Survey ...
www.tribune.net.ph, 8 April 2013 [cached]
The National Nutrition and Health Survey II in 2008 revealed that nine million Filipinos suffered from hypertension or a prevalence rate of 20 percent, a four-percent increase since the first NNHeS was conducted in 2003," said Dr. Dante Morales, president of Philippine Society of Hypertension. A respected cardiologist and academician, Morales provided summit participants with a review of current and updated hypertension treatment guidelines and an assessment of unmet needs in hypertension management in the Philippines. Morales was one of the three speakers in the Hypertension Summit held on April 10 at One Esplanade in Pasay City and organized by Takeda Pharmaceuticals Philippines, the local affiliate of Japan's largest pharmaceutical company and global industry leader Takeda.
"In high-risk patients with diabetes, ...
www.mb.com.ph, 16 May 2010 [cached]
"In high-risk patients with diabetes, previous heart attack or stroke, chronic kidney disease and multiple risk factors, the BP should be ideally less than 130/80 mmHg," Dr. Dante Morales, PSH vice president said.
eBalita Forum -> Do you know that .......
www.ebalita.net, 20 July 2004 [cached]
Dr. Dante Morales, PSH trustee and the main proponent of the NNHeS 2003-2004 said that one of the important applications of the NNHeS data is in the implementation of appropriate intervention programs such as lifestyle modification programs, nutrition labeling and healthy diet campaigns.
Dante Morales '66 is recognized as one of UPMAS' most distinguished alumni
www.musigmaphi.com, 19 Jan 2012 [cached]
Dante Morales '66 is UPMAS Distinguished Alumnus
Dante Morales '66 is UPMAS Distinguished Alumnus Print E-mail
Written by AMICI
Dante Morales '66 is UPMAS Distinguished Alumnus Our very own Brod Dante D. Morales M 1966 was chosen by the UP Medical Alumni Society as one of its Most Distinguished Alumni for 2011, formally awarded to him last December 20, 2011 during the UPMAS Alumni Homecoming Ball at the Shangri-La Hotel in Makati. dante5.jpg Dr. Morales (2nd from right) with UPMAS, PGH and UPCM Officers Dr. Morales is a practicing cardiologist at the Manila Doctors' Hospital, where he also serves as its Medical Director; and is also the current president of the Philippine Society for Hypertension.
Dante Morales '66 is UPMAS Distinguished Alumnus
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Dr. Morales with Dr. Alfredo Pontejos '76 and the Fraternity's undergraduates
:: Welcome to Manila Bulletin Online ::
www.mb.com.ph, 20 Dec 2005 [cached]
Dr. Dante Morales, Wycoco's attending doctor, said in an official statement that Wycoco was declared dead at 6:16 p.m. while undergoing treatment at the MDH Intensive Care Unit.
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"Once the heart fails, no medication can further salvage the patient," Morales, director of the MDH, said.
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Dr. Morales said that last Thursday, Wycoco experienced fluctuations in his blood pressure and his heartbeat became very faint.
This, however, was quickly arrested, after attending physicians adjusted the dosage of his medicines and respirator, enabling the NBI director's vital signs to eventually stabilize.
"We lost him, despite all our efforts to revive him, his heart finally gave in," Morales said.
Morales said that basically, what happened to Wycoco was that his heart finally stopped, immediately causing a shortage of blood flow to his brain.
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Morales said that all this led to Wycoco's demise, as at that time, he experienced "brain death."
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"They were all grieving and reduced to tears, but they tried to comfort the Director by touching him and being basically there for him," Morales said.
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