How is heart rythym different from blood pressure and heart rate?

Vital signs. Blood pressure and heart rate are vital signs. They represent the status of your cardiovascular physiology. Heart rhythm refers to the electrical activation of the heart muscle. You can have entirely normal vital signs with many different heart rhythms.

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How is a calcium blocker different from a beta blocker...And does it help with blood pressure and heart rate?

BP meds. Both types lower blood pressure. B-blockers also lower heart rate. Some calcium channel blockers also lower heart rate depending on the type and in different degrees. There are indication for both, talk to your doctor for proper explanations. Read more...

Blood pressure my husbands blood pressure is staying at 195 over 90. He's on 3 different medicine and no change. His heart rate is 47 BPM please help?

Needs a work up. For secondary causes for hypertension. His b/p is obviously still way to high and his pulse is too low. He needs blood work and a renal artery scan for starters. Read more...
See a specialist? First of all, does he actually take all his medication, and has he checked his own blood pressures at home or outside the doctor's office to check for "white coat" hypertension? Also, diet (high salt or alcohol), other medications ( such as advil-like antiinflammatory drugsl), or herbal supplements could interfere. He might need to see a blood pressure specialist if no response to 3 rx's. Read more...
High BP. If your husband is compliant with his medications and his BP is not controlled, he may have secondary hypertension (sh). Sh can be caused by various factors and these can be discussed with him by a nephrologist (n). His BP is alarmingly high and needs to be treated. His low pulse may be due to a beta-blocker. If he has sh and it is treated he will be much more healthy. See a n quickly. Read more...