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Keywords: Pulmonary hypertensive crisis, General anaesthesia, Perioperative management, Severe pulmonary hypertension.
Those may include a wide range of situations from hypertensive crisis, syncope, and angina pectoris to CPA cases.
However, the alteration between overshooting BP and severe hypotensive states and using vasopressors to get the normotensive levels may damage end-organs and the vasculature--precise control of BP in a hypertensive crisis is a challenge (18).
QuilliChew ER is also contraindicated during treatment with monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), and also within 14 days following discontinuation of treatment with an MAOI because of the risk of hypertensive crisis.
The risk of cardiac arrest, death, and pulmonary hypertensive crisis is greater in patients with heart failure.
Rostislav Radukov, representative of the aPodkrepaa Labor Confederation at the mine, made clear Thursday that one of the miners was suffering from a heart condition, while the other man had had a hypertensive crisis.
Its transdermal administration bypasses the GI tract and liver, thereby eliminating the risks of hypertensive crisis and dietary interactions with tyramine-rich foods, which have demoted the traditional oral monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors in antidepressant treatment hierarchies.
Massive release of catecholamines can lead to hypertensive crisis and ongoing blood loss can lead to hypotension.
Undiagnosed or mismanaged PAH has the potential to cause a pulmonary hypertensive crisis, which is often irreversible and fatal.
The World Bank Country Office said later that Alexander Kremer had hypertensive crisis.
In August 2010, the patient went to the emergency department of a suburban hospital because of severe dyspnoea accompanied by a hypertensive crisis.
Following an overview of the disease, chapters take readers through each step of confirmation and staging, assessment of organ damage and secondary hypertension, risk stratification, treatment approaches and compliance, specific drugs, and other aspects, such as hypertensive crisis and resistant hypertension.

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