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Hypertensive crisis

Hypertensive crisis is an extremely critical syndrome in patients with hypertension. Under the influence of adverse incentives, the blood pressure suddenly rises to more than 26.6/16 kPa (200 / 120 mmHg), resulting in acute damage to the heart, brain and kidney. The patient feels sudden headache, dizziness, blurred vision or blindness; Nausea, vomiting, palpitation, shortness of breath, pale complexion or flushing; Shaking and fidgety hands; Serious can appear temporary paralysis, aphasia, angina pectoris, urine turbidity; More serious ones are convulsions and coma.


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