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Accelerated Publication on Hypertensive Emergency

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Accelerated Publication on Hypertensive Emergency
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Hypertensive Emergency is a condition where rise in blood pressure leads to potential fatality due to impairment of vital organs like heart, brain, kidneys etc. The symptoms include Chest pain, Abnormal heart rhythms, Headache, Nosebleeds, Dyspnea, Fainting or the sensation of the world spinning around them (vertigo), Severe anxiety and Agitation.

Accelerated Publication on Hypertensive Emergency are recorded in scientific journals like Journal of Biomedical Research & Environmental Sciences , that give unrestricted access to its content to students, researchers, faculty and medical care experts for advancing the Hypertensive Emergency as a research subject.



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