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Dr. Mark Rasak
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End organ damage: A hypertensive emergancy is when the blood pressure goes up high enough to cause damage to an organ. It can be a bleed in to the brain or eye , a rupt ... Read More
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Dr. Alvin Lin
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More than numbers: In keeping with theme of treating patients, not just numbers, we don't have a typical cutoff at which we make a diagnosis of hypertensive emergency. R ... Read More
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Dr. Peter Glusker
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Acute hypertension: The short answer is no. Acute severe hypertension may lead to a stroke, but usually does not. If there is an underlying vascular malformation or ane ... Read More
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Dr. Bennett Werner
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meds?: If you had a hypertensive emergency, i'll bet you're on one or more medications to prevent another one? You're likely just not used to them yet. Give ... Read More
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Dr. Jeffrey Indes
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Chronic and acute: It is usually an acute event in a chronically hypertensive patient or a patient with a chronic disease of the aorta like Marfan's disease. There is no ... Read More
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Yes: After encephalitis, individuals can recover with no or minimal after effects; others may be left with some form of long-term acquired brain injury. P ... Read More
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Dr. John Szawaluk
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Not necessarily: Causative...However if the aorta is dilated a hypertensive emergency in that case would contribute to dissection.
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Dr. Robert Kent
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No timeline: It depends on strength of aortic wall, level and history of hypertension, and many other factors. More commonly, hypertensive emergencies lead to stro ... Read More
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A 33-year-old male asked:
Dr. Lynne Weixel
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Clue - no conclusion: They have clues - just no answers yet. Difficult cases can take long efforts and you need to be patient and help them as things are tried by good feed ... Read More
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Dr. Bennett Werner
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Severe HTN: It's more accurately: severe HTN with mild symptoms. Mostly BP doesn't cause symptoms, but when it's very high (we're talking >200/>110 - someti ... Read More
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