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Accelerated Hypertension –management in the acute setting

Abstract Accelerated hypertension is a rare but life threatening disease. The commonest cause is poorly controlled essential hypertension but other causes exist. Diagnosis is made by the finding of severe hypertension with associated end organ disease affecting brain, eyes, heart or kidney. Treatment should be tailored to the individual patient…

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