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Case 36: Orthostatic Hypertension 

Case 36: Orthostatic Hypertension
Case 36: Orthostatic Hypertension

Peter Novak

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date: 25 November 2020

Orthostatic hypertension is a syndrome associated with a rise in orthostatic blood pressure, for example in essential hypertension, diabetes, and dysautonomia. Therapy with calcium channel blockers may reduce hypertension and also may improve cerebral perfusion since calcium channel blockers dilate cerebral vessels.

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