In contrast, hypotension has no long-term adverse effects and is, in fact, associated with a longer life expectancy.
What does HoTN stand for?
HoTN stands for Hypotension
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Symptoms of hypotension include fatigue, general weakness, light-headedness and fainting, blurry vision and nausea.
A comparison of ephedrine and mephentermine for the treatment of spinal anaesthesia-induced hypotension during caesarean section found that mephentermine was as safe and effective as ephedrine for maintenance of maternal blood pressure and for foetal outcome (2).
Q: Is there any known cure for hypotension syndrome?
One treatment modality for ARF in the critically ill patient has been intermittent hemodialysis (IHD); however, a major complication of IHD is hypotension (Conger, 1998).
AIMS: The most common cause of hypotension following injury is ongoing haemorrhage which usually requires early surgical intervention.
SAN ANTONIO -- Acarbose is a novel effective therapy for postprandial hypotension in patients with autonomic failure, Dr.