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- Stage 1:
Raised blood pressure. No organ involvement. Consider therapy.
- Stage 2:
Raised blood pressure. Organ involvement (e.g. LV hypertrophy). Treatment indicated.
- Stage 3:
Raised blood pressure. Organ failure or damage (e.g. cardiomegaly, blood urea raised). Treatment mandatory.
KeywordsBlood Pressure Cardiac Output Blood Pressure Control Diastolic Pressure Peripheral Resistance
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