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What is Rebound hypertension?

What is Rebound hypertension?

  • Rebound hypertension: Rebound hypertension is an increase in blood pressure in response stopping or reducing high blood pressure medication. Severe cases can result in a very large increase in blood pressure which requires prompt treatment to avoid complications such as organ damage. Rebound hypertension can be avoided by taking the doses as prescribed and reducing dosages gradually if a lower dosage is recommended.

Rebound hypertension: Introduction

Types of Rebound hypertension:

Broader types of Rebound hypertension:

How serious is Rebound hypertension?

Prognosis of Rebound hypertension: Most cases respond quickly to administration of anti-hypertensive medication. Severe increases in blood pressure are rare but can be serious.
Complications of Rebound hypertension: see complications of Rebound hypertension

What causes Rebound hypertension?

Causes of Rebound hypertension: see causes of Rebound hypertension

What are the symptoms of Rebound hypertension?

Symptoms of Rebound hypertension: see symptoms of Rebound hypertension

Complications of Rebound hypertension: see complications of Rebound hypertension

Rebound hypertension: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Rebound hypertension.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Rebound hypertension.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Rebound hypertension: Internist, Family Practice Physician ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Rebound hypertension.
Treatments for Rebound hypertension: see treatments for Rebound hypertension
Research for Rebound hypertension: see research for Rebound hypertension

Name and Aliases of Rebound hypertension

Main name of condition: Rebound hypertension

Other names or spellings for Rebound hypertension:

Antihypertensive withdrawal syndrome


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