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Hypotension in the elderly

There are relatively few domestic studies on senile hypotension. In fact, it has the same clinical significance as hypertension: long-term symptomatic hypotension can seriously affect the quality of life of the elderly, leading to the progressive decline of various important organ functions; Sudden hypotension can lead to syncope, fall, trauma, acute myocardial infarction, stroke and even life-threatening in the elderly, so we must pay high attention to it.


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