Drug therapy of hypertensive crises.

Abstract

The clinical features, pathogenesis, and pharmacologic management of hypertensive crises are reviewed, with emphasis on newer therapies. Hypertensive crises may be divided into hypertensive emergencies and hypertensive urgencies. Hypertensive emergencies, in which acute organ damage exists, require blood pressure reduction within one hour. In hypertensive… (More)

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