Which factors are most important in understanding baruti’s cardiovascular disease diagnosis (for example, age, genetic predisposition, access to healthcare)?

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Baruti is a 67-year-old farmer from Sudan. He has been migrating to other farming communities over the last few years. He has reported a family history of coronary vascular disease, with most males in his family dying in their 40s and 50s. Since last week, he has been experiencing weight loss, chronic cough, night sweats, and bloody sputum. His tuberculosis test shows a positive diagnosis. He is presently living in a community with a low literacy rate and limited healthcare availability.
Apply a global health perspective related to addressing chronic cardiovascular diseases illustrated in this case. Which factors are most important in understanding Baruti’s cardiovascular disease diagnosis (for example, age, genetic predisposition, access to healthcare)? Be sure to substantiate your claims with evidence.
Apply a global health perspective to addressing the infectious disease illustrated in this case. Which factors are most important in understanding Baruti’s infectious disease diagnosis (for example, socioeconomic group or migrant status)? Be sure to substantiate your claims with evidence.

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