CV-HTN Crisis

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CV-HTN Crisis
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2012-02-22 13:11:27
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CV-HTN Crisis
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  1. Captopril
    • Capoten, PO
    • Hypertensive Urgency
  2. Clonidine
    • Catapres, PO
    • Hypertensive Urgency
  3. Labetalol
    • Trandate, Normodyne, PO
    • Hypertensive Urgency
  4. Nifedipine
    • Procardia, Adalat, PO
    • Hypertensive Urgency
  5. Hypertensive Urgency Goal
    • Adjust current therapy, PO
    • Stage 1 HTN value in several hours to days
    • Outpatient Setting, Observation in 1-6hrs
    • Follow-up in 1 week
  6. Hypertensive Emergency Goal
    • Reduce MAP <25% within minutes to hours
    • Reduce BP to 160/100-110 mmHg in 2-6 hours when stable
    • Gradual reduction to normal in 24-48hrs
  7. Nitroprusside
    • Nipride, IV
    • Hypertensive Emergency
  8. Nitroglycerin
    • IV
    • Hypertensive Emergency
  9. Fenoldopam
    • Corlopam, IV
    • Hypertensive Emergency
  10. Hydralazine
    • Apresoline, IV
    • Hypertensive Emergency
  11. Enalaprilat
    • Vasotec IV
    • Hypertensive Emergency
  12. Nicardipine
    • Cardene, IV
    • Hypertensive Emergency
  13. Phentolamine
    • Regitine, IV
    • Hypertensive Emergency
  14. Esmolol
    • Brevibloc, IV
    • Hypertensive Emergency
  15. Labetolol
    • Trandate, Normodyne, IV
    • Hypertensive Emergency
  16. Clevidipine butyrate
    • Cleviprex, IV
    • Hypertensive Emergency
  17. Risk Factors for HTN Crises
    • Age, African American, Mail, HTN, Pregnancy, Lack of care, Non-compiance
    • Illicit drugs, Drugs, Renal disease, Renovascular, Endocrine, Autonomic hyperactivity, CNS
  18. Drugs that Increase BP
    Amphetamine, Corticosteroids, Calcineurin inhibitors (cyclosprine, tacrolimus), Decongestants, Erythropoetin/Darbopoetin, Estrogen, NSAIDs, Alcohol, Cocaine, MAOIs, venlafaxine, bupropion

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