A possible surgical complication

Ram, C. Venkata S.; Zubairi, Ali
December 1998
Cortlandt Forum;12/21/98, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p254
Presents a medical case of a patient with postoperative hypertension. Reduction of blood pressure (BP) as a goal in hypertensive emergency; Use of parenteral anti-hypertensive agents as treatment; Initiation of oral agents after immediate management with parenteral therapy.


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