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This increase in prevalence of chronic diseases associated with high risk of OH will lead to the expansion of the global orthostatic hypotension drugs market at a CAGR of almost 8% during the forecast period.
Optimal management of neonatal hypotension is unclear despite widespread pharmacological manipulation of neonatal BP, [10] with minimal evidence of improved short- or long-term outcomes.
During the study period, our conventional practice was to treat post-spinal hypotension with phenylephrine boluses (50-200 [micro]g).
To compare the efficacy of both the drugs in managing hypotension, effects on heart rate and effects on nausea and vomiting.
Hypotension was defined as a decrease of mean arterial pressure (MAP) of more than 30% from baseline within a 20 min interval, and relevance was defined as a therapeutic intervention with fluids or pressors within 20 min.
Spontaneous intracranial hypotension (SIH) is a rare condition with an estimated prevalence of only one in 50.000 individuals (1).
Hypotension occurred in 20(50%) subjects in group A and in 15(37.5%) patients in group B(p>0.05).
Several methods have been studied to control intradialytic hypotension, such as sodium concentrations control (National Kidney Foundation [NKF], 2015), low-temperature dialysis, pretreatment with antihypertensive medication, and control of ultrafiltration rate over time (Palmer & Henrich, 2008).
Occasionally, life-threatening CSF hypotension may result in stupor and coma.
Orthostatic hypotension (OH) is associated with significant morbidity and potential loss of autonomy.
Orthostatic hypotension as a risk factor Study author Andreea Rawlings, Ph.D., explains the reasons why they embarked on the study.