As nurses, we all know that hypertension or prolonged elevation of blood pressure can be considered a medical emergency if not adequately managed. But in reality, not all patients admitted in E.R. are considered “emergency cases”. After careful evaluation, some are discharged, sent home, and given follow-up instructions. Severely elevated blood pressure is defined as […]
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