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Author Topic: Malignant Hypertension  (Read 235 times)

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Offline KristenSwan

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Malignant Hypertension
« on: April 19, 2019, 04:59:48 am »
Malignant hypertension is extremely high blood pressure that develops rapidly and causes some type of organ damage. Normal blood pressure is below 120/80. A person with malignant hypertension has a blood pressure that's typically above 180/120. Malignant hypertension should be treated as a medical emergency.

In many people, high blood pressure is the main cause of malignant hypertension. Missing doses of blood pressure medications can also cause it. In addition, there are certain medical conditions that can cause it. They include:

Collagen vascular disease, such as scleroderma
Kidney disease
Spinal cord injuries
Tumor of the adrenal gland
Use of certain medications, including birth control pills and MAOIs
Use of illegal drugs, such as cocaine

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