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AHTAmerican Hairless Terrier (dog breed)
AHTAnimal Health Trust (Suffolk, England)
AHTAverage Handle Time
AHTAnchor Handling Tug (offshore rig support vessel)
AHTAverage Handling Time
AHTAntihypertensive (pharmaceuticals)
AHTAnimal Health Technician
AHTAfter Hours Trading
AHTArterial Hypertension
AHTAsociación de Hoteles de Turismo de la República Argentina (Spanish)
AHTAquí Hay Tomate (Spanish TV program)
AHTAnimal Health Technologist
AHTAverage Holding Time
AHTAfrican Human Trypanosomiasis
AHTArabian Horse Trust
AHTAcute Head Trauma
AHTAurélie Habasque-Tobie (French artist)
AHTAcoustic Homing Torpedo
AHTApplied Heat Transfer (New York)
AHTAnti-Human Trafficking
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The AHA/ASA guidelines list the following antihypertensive regimens as treatment options before alteplase: labetalol 10-20 mg IV over 1-2 minutes, nicardipine 5 mg/h infusion titrated to desired blood pressure, or other agents (e.
One contributor mechanism of the antihypertensive actions of WELS based on the biochemistry test is via the improved blood lipid metabolism.
At their first follow-up medical examination after the end of the main ADVANCE study, about 40% of patients were on no antihypertensive drugs, 23% were on one drug, 21% were on two drugs, and the remainder were on higher numbers of antihypertensive drugs.
One meta-analysis including eight randomized controlled trials demonstrated that patients treated with antihypertensive agents--specifically ARBs, ACEIs, BBs or CCBs--had a weighted mean reduction in systolic and diastolic blood pressure of 4.
On the other hand, there are studies of immediate increased risk of falls in the elderly started on antihypertensive drugs, where orthostatic hypotension is thought to be the underlying mechanism.
In conclusion, antihypertensive therapy was associated with higher platelet serotonin levels in hypertensive patients than in control subjects.
and GlaxoSmithKline, some of which make antihypertensive medications.
In addition, when used as an initial therapy, fixed-dose combination agents combat what has been called "therapeutic inertia (TI)," which describes the physician's failure to either increase the dose of antihypertensive medication or add another medication to achieve BP control.
A second objective was to assess the overall influence of antihypertensive drug therapy and variation in dietary sodium balance on diagnostic accuracy of the ratio.
Other health end points studied have included elevated blood pressure, angina pectoris, ischemic heart disease, use of antihypertensive or cardiovascular drugs, and consultation with a doctor (for unspecified reasons).
He agrees with the researchers that it is now important to determine whether physicians should lower the threshold blood pressures for prescribing antihypertensive medication or recommending lifestyle changes.
An important study recently published in the American Journal of Hypertension shows that VIAGRA (sildenafil citrate), the breakthrough oral treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED), has comparable efficacy for ED for men taking antihypertensive (high blood pressure) medications concurrent with VIAGRA, as for men treated with VIAGRA alone.