Can Surgery Be Done If Blood Pressure Is Low?
HealthReplies.com, continuing my previous question. Where operytodak can be done at the time of high blood guesses because it can increase the risk of complications during surgery. What I want to ask, is that when low directional pressure cannot be operated? R nDo anxiety and fear increase blood pressure? Please explain, thank you
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The risk of operating patients with high blood pressure is higher than patients with low blood pressure. Patients with low blood pressure only have a high risk of surgery if the upper blood pressure (systole) is below 100 mmHg or lower blood pressure (diastole) below 40 mmHg. If your blood pressure is still above 100/40 mmHg, surgery is generally permitted. Anxiety and fear can indeed affect the results of blood pressure measurements. Sleep deprivation the night before and coffee consumption can also make your blood pressure higher than it really is. However, if your high blood pressure is only caused by anxiety or fear, your blood pressure will decrease when you are calmer. If your blood pressure is always in the high blood pressure range, chances are you have hypertension and need treatment. Hypertension treatment not only aims to allow you to get surgery, but also to prevent dangerous hypertension complications. You should consult about your blood pressure with a doctor, especially a specialist in internal medicine.
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