Oct 25, 2018
It's Monday morning and your first patient on your schedule comes in with one day of shortness of breath.
The MA checks the vitals and says, "the patient's blood pressure is a little high at 220/110".
The patient is a 55 year old male with a history of hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and heart failure with a preserved EF.
So, what would be your next step?
Today, we're going to talk hypertensive urgency and the management of this patient.
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