Hypertensive Emergency (Common Cross-Cover Calls)

An overview of how to approach calls regarding elevated blood pressure while cross-covering on inpatient medicine. The distinction between hypertensive emergency and urgency is covered, as well as some of the differences between various anti-hypertensives appropriate when treating acute hypertension.

15 thoughts on “Hypertensive Emergency (Common Cross-Cover Calls)

  1. gopi arolla

    post video on new htn guidelines 2017


    Very helpful thanks

  3. Waleed Al-Asadi


  4. Ali Kemal İlhan

    Awesome presentation excellent ideas. Thank you Doctor. We are impatiently waiting for videos about Obstetric and Gynecology

  5. ravi murthy sitta

    what is the drug given for patient if he has fallen unconscious under stress with raised bp..??


    Very good videos! thank you very much for your time and efforts!

  7. abowajdan2009 al.r

    What about the treatment of blood pressure above 140/90 and below 180/110 in emergency room ?

  8. niss2nice

    awesome video

  9. Hussein Askar

    what about the treatment hypertensive emergency or urgency in pt with ESRD.if there is no volume overload?

  10. gio basta

    This video is of inestimable value to me. Thank you for sorting videos out in playlists. This makes the navigation of your fantastic YouTube channel so much easier =)

  11. jeremiah160

    Fantastic video! Thank you!!!

  12. caro rb

    Very good videos! thank you very much for your time and efforts!

  13. Strong Medicine

    Yes, that's correct.

  14. Armen Eskandari

    Amazing work Dr. Strong, loved the beeper sound and text :)
    Quick question, is it correct to say that in absence of significant diuresis furosemide has little effect on BP?

  15. noureen murtaza

    thanks for quick review of imp topic..really good

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