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History of patients with Malignant Hypertension

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Malignant Hypertension affects the various organs of the body. Malignant Hypertension affects the kidneys, eyes, heart, brain etc.

History of patients with Malignant Hypertension:

The patient suffering from Malignant Hypertension has high blood pressure. Apart from the high blood pressure, the following conditions increase the possibility of a person suffering from Malignant Hypertension. The patient with a history of renal failure is susceptible to Malignant Hypertension. The pregnant woman with high blood pressure is prone to suffer from Malignant Hypertension. The patients with problems of spinal cord are susceptible to the disease. The patients with the history of vascular disorder are prone to suffer from Malignant Hypertension.

The constriction of the arteries in the kidney increases the probability of a person suffering from Malignant Hypertension.

The patients who stop taking the medicines abruptly for preventing hypertension are susceptible to suffer from Malignant Hypertension.

Some of the medicines like the amphetamines, oral contraceptives enhance the probability of a person suffering from Malignant Hypertension in the future.

Malignant Hypertension affects the male more as compared to the female. The smokers with high blood pressure may suffer from Malignant Hypertension. African-Americans suffer from Malignant Hypertension. History of patients with Malignant Hypertension:

Some of the symptoms of Malignant Hypertension are difficulty in breathtaking, blurred vision, vomiting, pain in the head, exhaustion,change in the mental make-up etc. The optic nerves are affected by Malignant Hypertension.

The doctor measures the creatinine level and blood urea nitrogen level to investigate the condition of the kidney. The doctor also advises the patients to conduct the X-ray of chest to detect the congestion of the lungs.

The patient suffering from Malignant Hypertension should be admitted to the hospital. The patient should also be given medicines for controlling hypertension. The patient having high blood pressure should always monitor his/her pressure regularly. The patient should not stop taking anti-hypertensives without consulting the medical practitioner.

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