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Erythropoietin-induced hypertension

Erythropoietin-induced hypertension: Introduction

Erythropoietin-induced hypertension: Erythropoietin-induced hypertension is high blood pressure caused by taking erythropoietin which is sometimes used to treat anemia in conditions such as chornic kidney failure. Patients with an existing history of hypertension may suffer further blood pressure increases while taking amphetamines and this can be serious. Severity of symptoms varies amongst patients depending on their susceptibility, underlying health and duration of erythropoietin use. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Erythropoietin-induced hypertension is available below.

Symptoms of Erythropoietin-induced hypertension

Treatments for Erythropoietin-induced hypertension

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Erythropoietin-induced hypertension: Complications

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Causes of Erythropoietin-induced hypertension

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Erythropoietin-induced hypertension: Undiagnosed Conditions

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Erythropoietin-induced hypertension: Rare Types

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Prognosis for Erythropoietin-induced hypertension

Prognosis for Erythropoietin-induced hypertension: If the problematic drug can be eliminated then the blood pressure usually returns to normal.

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