A STUDY ON CLINICAL PROFILE AND OUT-COME OF HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCIES IN A TERTIARY CARE CENTRE

Dr. G. Swarnalatha Devi, Dr.Tadi Srujanitha, Dr.R. Bhargavi

Abstract


Hypertension being more prevalent now a days, it is very crucial for the physician in the emergency department to identify the hypertensive emergencies and to manage them through blood pressure lowering medications in order to avoid further target organ damage or deterioration.This study is done to find out various modes of presentation and clinical profile of hypertensive emergencies in our hospital.

Keywords


HEART FAILURE, HYPERTENSIVE ENCEPHALOPATHY, MALIGNANT HYPERTENSION,MYOCARDIAL INFARC-TION, STROKE

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