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HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCY

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¢ Usually a diastolic blood pressure above 120 mmHg with evidence of acute end-organ damage.

¢ life threatening, arequires immediate treatment, parenteral medications.

¢ Unwise to lower the blood pressure too quickly or too much, as ischemic damage can occur in vascular beds.

¢ Mean arterial pressure (MAP) should be reduced by about 10 to 20 percent in the 1st hour and then gradually during the next 23 hours so that the final pressure is reduced by approximately 25 percent compared with baseline. 

 

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Dr. Mariyet Zahedi Nik

I completed studies in two universities with two different majors at the same time(commercial management and software engineering). Then turned to my great love, medicine, by studying social working and nursing in Iran. After that I  immigrated to Austria and studied medical Informatics and Pharmacy in German in Vienna University .In 2011 and 2012 I was awarded as an Outstanding Student from” The students living abroad.” Due to some problems I had to stay and live in Iran for some years.  Having been here in Tehran only 3years, I am now finishing my education in Pharmacy in Shahidbeheshti University.

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