Hospitalist

Hypertensive Emergencies

This module provides a thorough review of current stratification and management of hypertensive emergencies on your Hospitalist Service.


Course Description

Hypertensive urgency often is defined as a sustained blood pressure above the range of 180-200 mm Hg systolic and/or 110-120 mm Hg diastolic and hypertensive emergency has a similar blood pressure range, but with evidence of target organ damage. This module provides a thorough review of current stratification and management of hypertensive emergencies on your Hospitalist Service.

Instructor Christopher Powe, Ph.D.
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