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Other Forms of Therapy – Hypertension

by Joseph Alpert, MD
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    The lecture Other Forms of Therapy – Hypertension by Joseph Alpert, MD is from the course Introduction to Cardiac Diseases.


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    1. Obtain a number of additional blood pressure readings to see if this person really has elevated blood pressure
    2. Suggest regular exercise and modest weight loss
    3. Do not worry, this is a fine blood pressure
    4. Start two anti-hypertensive drugs
    1. No
    2. Yes
    1. Discuss the risks of persistently elevated blood pressure with the patient, advise on lifestyle modifications as well as pharmacological therapy
    2. Give advice on lifestyle modifications only and re-evaluate in six months
    3. Congratulate the patient that his blood pressure is normal, but monitor him closely given his family history
    4. Advise the patient on needing a prophylactic coronary bypass operation
    1. Minoxidil
    2. Beta-blockers
    3. Calcium channel blockers
    4. Thiazide diuretics
    5. Ace inhibitors

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     Joseph Alpert, MD

    Joseph Alpert, MD


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    By Khodr M. on 07. May 2018 for Other Forms of Therapy – Hypertension

    He is a super brilliant Professor, Ich empfehle jeden Arzt und medizine-studenten zu sehen

     
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