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    Nice great video but uf u could plz make a video for clinical cases and which drug to use in thess cases would be perfect.
    I am an Independent Duty Corpsman Corpsman in the US Navy. As such, like a PA, I work under the supervision of a physician as an extension of that physician's military patient population and scope of care. This is one of the best presentations on understanding treatment options for hypertension that I have seen. I am very grateful for this seriies of videos and look forward to learning more and increasing my knowledge base for the patients that I am a provider for..

    ok so my brother is a 43 years old african american, who never smoked nor drink and never been sick, all of a sudden just had 2 random seizures within a 15 minute span that lasted 1.5 min each. (ON CHRISTMAS EVE) Earlier that day, he had been complaining about headaches and wooziness. His BP was 224/154 and once we got to the hospital, we later found out that his left lung had collapsed. He is not responding to any of the medications that has been given, and he is only stable when given the cleviprex drip, anything else works temporary or not at all.. plus all of his test come back showing no abnormalities.. what medications should we try...

    A nurse takes my bp 120/80' moments later a doctor takes my bp 145/ 90. Should I be treated for high bp .

    Thanks for all these amazing videos, such a great channel, it would be very nice of you if you present a videos for anemia, please .

    +Jeremiah Roark Beta blockers basically treat the symptoms of DM, so beta blockers would mask the progress of the patient because the symptoms are being suppressed. Its counterproductive to do this. We want to know when a patient is becoming excessively hyperglycemic, indicated by the symptoms that way we know the effectiveness of the treatment on the underlying condition in the patient. Hope that makes sense..

    why did you not mention exercise is a good treatment for high blood pressure also where's the evidence that sodium keeps blood pressure high in the long run isn't it true that sodium just increases the blood volume in the short term not actually creating high blood pressure itself.

    Sir, I would like to ask whether ACEI/ARBS are contraindicated in patients with CKD, provide that the patient dose not have RAS.
    This used to be a standard but new studies have changed our practices. Check out this website. http://www.aafp.org/afp/2000/1201/p2453.html..
    Great videos. I'm a pharmacy resident and these have been great for refreshing on pathophysiology and in some cases teaching patho that I never got in pharmacy school. Thank you so much! Just wanted to add that you can use bisoprolol too as a beta blocker in HF..
    I have never been so excited as much as these video lectures have made me. Those who will be in the medical field should know and understand health disorders with their underlying causes, pathophysiology, non and pharmacological treatments with each drug's therapeutic classification, mechanism of action, uses,Tx, adverse effects, contraindications, etc. because people's lives will be in their hands. "MEDCRAMvideos" is the absolute tool to help achieve such knowledge and understanding because Roger Seheult, MD, is that good; out of this world excellent deliverer of concise, precise, and most clear, easy to absorb information. The only way to retain what has been heard and learned. I'll be looking forward to his lectures on Drugs for Hematopoietic, DM, Inflammation and Fever, Bone and Joint, Neoplasia, Lipids and Coagulation disorders. I can't thank you enough, Dr. Seheult..
    How can ischaemic cardiomyopathy cause a raised blood pressure Wouldn't a reduction in myocardial perfusion cause a reduced contractility.

    +Claudia Violet Isn't it because the reduced contractility causes a reduction in cardiac output followed by a drop in renal bloodflow and therefore cause activation of RAAS.

    Dirk-Jan was partially correct. In addition to RAAS and ATII affect on aldosterone and ADH production there is also increase in sympathetic stimulation. These 4 things lead to increased water/salt retention as well as peripheral resistance. Which increase blood pressure. But I dont think these compensatory effects are able to raise blood pressure in advanced congestive heart failure... thats when you see tachycardia due to extra sympathetic stimulation + increased afterload and increased edema from RAAS involvement... .
    Comprehensive and straight to the point! Good lecture that has helped save a lot of time in getting to know drugs for HTN and CHF. . I really enjoy your videos... I have learned a lot... :) Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge to us... :) Can I ask Doctor, can we give ACE inhibitors and ARBS together Can we give all types of hypertensive medicines (1 in each category) to a patient Thank you! :).
    +Eric's Medical Lectures I hear that Ace should be given below 55 years and ARBs above. I wonder what is the reason behind that. Thanks. .
    Good and easy explanation. helped a lot to learn more about hypertension especially Drug treatment. Thanks for putting it up. Keep doing the good work. Cheers!!!. Very nice lectures I seen ever The concepts get cleared now which was not cleared in graduation level Thank you very much for your support to educate all in simple manner. Thanks so much for this posting. There are those of us who realize that nursing is also an ongoing education. Postings like this are helpful. Thanks again.. thaaank you so much for the video.. very good and clear explanation.. looking forword for more videos THANKS.
    lovely lecture i hav subcribed this and your other channels. will definely will b looking forward for your new uploads...

    Hi! First of THANK YOU medcram!!! I am an FNP student in an on-line program. I learned early on that in many ways this is "do it yourself med school" and YouTube lectures became my best friend. Before discovering medcram I would spend as much time searching for relevant in depth lectures as I would watching them- now medcram is my go to for lectures on just about everything! .

    Hi, the fact of the matter is that you shouldn't be able to tell whether your provider was educated in person or on-line. A majority of NP programs are at least partially on-line. If you feel your provider is not competent does it matter how they were educated And if they are good at their job and provide comprehensive care- again does it matter where they were educated .
    Awesome video. Thank you soooo much. I finally have a clear understanding on the side effects and medications.. Dr. Seheult is a excellent teacher. He uses a easy approach but still gives you all the terminology you need as well. Great balance.. Please keep on with the videos. I am a med student and wish I found this channel when I started!!!.
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    Some of, if not the best, medical education videos on the web. Succinct, informative and well produced. Keep them coming! THANKS!.
    Great explanations, thanks for the videos. How do we access part 2 of the HTN video It says it is unavailable right now :(.
    We had to re post Hypertension Explained Clearly Part 2. It is now located here: http://youtu.be/NgMfZVEWQd8.
    i just would like to add and i think great to consider that beta blocker will mask hypoglycemic symptoms. this is consideration to patients with diabetes. . J Assoc Acad Minor Phys. 1991;2(4):162-7. Hypertension in African Americans: evaluation and treatment issues. .
    can I have the reference for the reduction of 34% of stroke and 21% of ICM when reducing 5mmHg please .
    Very nice presentation. I am studying for NP certification and needed to review in simple terms due to fact that I have been out of nursing school for 20 years. You have clarified any questions I had. Thanks. You are amazing! Thank you for making my internal medicine studying easier, when i study & than watch your videos it really sticks. Keep posting more please:) Hugs from Poland. . you just made my studying for end of semester exam so much easier...plz keep em coming...plus if you can add some nursing interventions that would be marvelous.
    wonderful presentation..thanks a lot :) isnt there is stage3 hpt >180/110 and smoking and alcohol should be added in addition with diet n excercise...

    maybe a series on common calls you get in the hospital overnight, sob, hypertension, wheezing, fever, pain etc... .
    They used to be concerned about it - but not anymore. Only a theoretical complication - not seen clinically.. Awesome explaining VERY helpful!! could you please add more videos on cardiac like M.I, CVD, Stenosis of the valves oh! and definitely EKG reading pleeeeeaaaassseeee :) and thank you!! .
    This was Excellent! Thank you for sharing! We are on the CVS now in pharm school. By any chance could you cover the Cardiac Cycle, EKG, Hyperlipidemia and Arrhythmia's in the future Thanks!!.

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    +DrVarun Reddy The bottom line is that atenolol hasn't been shown to be helpful for reducing mortality, and hasn't consistently been shown to reduce most cardiovascular endpoints, even in comparison to other beta blockers, and may increase risk of stroke (in comparison to other drugs) - though this last finding was challenged by a paper last year. Three of the more relevant papers about this issue: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/term=15530629 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/term=16257341 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/term=17488499.
    Thank you for a great video as someone with Hypertension this was very informative. My HIM instructor assigned this to us for our Pharmocotherapy class and I am very happy that she did..
    I am a 26 year old black man. Lisinopril has worked fine on me. Would you say that's the best option overall for me ace inhibitors in general.
    +Joelthedon22 I'm sorry, but I can't give individualized medical advice on here. However, in general, if a patient has been stable on a specific anti-hypertensive without problems, I usually don't change it, even if the literature suggests an alternative might be generally more beneficial in a particular population as a whole. My only exceptions to this are when I see a patient on either a beta blocker or verapamil just for hypertension, and who lack additional indications for those meds. Beta blockers and verapamil are not sufficiently useful for hypertension to justify their use. However, patients with hypertension, plus either heart failure or who have had a heart attack, may benefit from beta-blockers. And some patients with hypertension and certain abnormal heart rhythms may benefit from verapamil..
    Dr strong i have read in many well-known and respected books that beta blockers as treatment for conditions unrelated to the heart are contraindicated if the patient has CHF, one book says "active CHF", but it's known that beta blockers reduce mortality from heart failure. Could you clear this up for me thanks..
    +yousef ss http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/128/16/e240.full.pdf+html 7.2. Stage B: Recommendations 6. Beta blockers should be used in all patients with a reduced EF to prevent symptomatic HF, even if they do not have a history of MI. (Level of Evidence: C) 7.3.2.4.3. Beta Blockers: Risks of Treatment. Initiation of treatment with a beta blocker may produce 4 types of adverse reactions that require attention and management: fluid retention and worsening HF; fatigue; bradycardia or heart block; and hypotension. The occurrence of fluid retention or worsening HF is not generally a reason for the permanent withdrawal of treatment. Such patients generally respond favorably to intensification of conventional therapy, and once treated, they remain excellent candidates for long-term treatment with a beta blocker. The slowing of heart rate and cardiac conduction produced by beta blockers is generally asymptomatic and thus requires no treatment; however, if the bradycardia is accompanied by dizziness or lightheadedness or if second- or third-degree heart block occurs, clinicians should decrease the dose of the beta blocker. Clinicians may minimize the risk of hypotension by administering the beta blocker and ACE inhibitor at different times during the day. Hypotensive symptoms may also resolve after a decrease in the dose of diuretics in patients who are volume depleted. If hypotension is accompanied by other clinical evidence of hypoperfusion, beta-blocker therapy should be decreased or discontinued pending further patient evaluation. The symptom of fatigue is multifactorial and is perhaps the hardest symptom to address with confidence. Although fatigue may be related to beta blockers, other causes of fatigue should be considered, including sleep apnea, overdiuresis, or depression..
    +PhilaPeter so beta blockers should be temporarily discontinued if pulmonary edema develops, because from what i understand this is the major issue of a decompensated heart failure, after its resolution they should be restarted.
    +Eric's Medical Lectures, your lectures are really helpful! I'm a med student from Brazil and I'm really impressed by the way you explain the subjects so easily, even though it is in English hahahahah! Thank you so much! you are helping students down here!.

    Hi Eric we use diltiazem as an anti-anginal drug in New Zealand, not sure if you guys do the same in the States. We don't yet have aliskiren (still being reviewed, will hopefully be approved soon); we also use minoxidil for HTN refractory to the other meds mentioned above, if that was of interest. That's a great coverage of antihypertensives and I've learnt something new - thank you for that. Now I'll have to think of something to replace someone's atenolol..

    +hiimcanadian In the US, diltiazem is typically only used for angina related to coronary vasospasm (a.k.a. "variant angina"). Minoxidil is, as you mentioned, typically used here only for severe refractory HTN - a fourth or fifth line agent in patients with advanced, but pre-dialysis dependent renal failure..

    Thank you very much this video help me a alot can you provide us with the power point slides with the videos .
    +Diaa Mehanna After catching multiple college professors plagiarizing entire slide sets of mine, I don't provide PPT files to viewers any more. However, if you email me (estrong at Stanford dot edu) your own email address, I can send you a PDF version of the hypertension slides..
    +Eric's Medical Lectures i need this information pdf can you send me through danielprudence2 gmail.com. thank you so much in advance.

    Great videos! Regarding your elderly patient recommendations, amlodipine causes so much swelling, in your experience have you seen better side effect profiles with the other dihydro CCBs Thanks!.
    There is a 2011 meta-analysis in the Journal of Hypertension that compared rates of peripheral edema between different CCB. In addition to the finding that the dihydropyridines cause more edema than non-dihydropyridines, they found that a new subclass of lipophilic dihydropyridines, consisting of lacidipine, lercanidipine and manidipine, were about half as likely to cause edema as the older dihydropyridines. Unfortunately, to the best of my knowledge, none of those three newer CCB are available in the US. Also to the best of my knowledge, and experience, there is no significant different in edema rates with amlodipine vs. felodipine vs. nifedipine. Because edema from the dihydropyridines is unrelated to renal sodium handling, it cannot be treated with diuretics, but has been reported to respond to ACE-I and ARBs. (Admittedly, I've never started an ACE-I or ARB on a patient with that specifically in mind.) Although the edema can be annoying, it's not dangerous (i.e. doesn't clearly lead to CHF in a similar way to meds causing primary sodium retention - NSAIDs, prednisone, etc...), which is why I personally prefer it in the elderly, a population who could become quite altered and risk injury in the setting of electrolyte and renal imbalance from alternative antihypertensives.. The recommendation of usin chlortalidone over HCTZ troubles me a bit, isnt chlortalidone more related to hypokalemia than HCTZ . Dario, your question is a good one. I anticipated some viewers might wonder about the recommendation for chlorthalidone over HCTZ, in addition to the twice daily dosing of lisinopril (instead of the more common once daily dosing). My impression is that the available data suggests that chlorthalidone may have more hypokalemia, but the question is not settled. I will probably post a short supplementary video expanding on this specific issue, along with the twice daily lisinopril recommendation, and maybe 1-2 other specific points from the video that other viewers raise questions about. I considered including a discussion about this in this particular video, but I was also trying to keep it relatively short.. Thank you sir for another excellent lecture! I had a question for you. Aren't you gonna finish your chest x-ray series I have been waiting for your last video of that series. Loved it.. Great video! ACEi is normally used in CKD to protect the kidney. So its good for the kidney. However, you said that one of the side effects of ACEi is renal dysfunction. Could you please explain more about this Thank you very much.. The effect of ACE-I on renal function is a complicated topic. In brief, ACE-I helps to prevent progression of renal failure in chronic kidney disease by a general decrease in blood pressure, a reduction of protein loss through the glomerulus that is independent of hemodynamic effects of the med, and ACE-I are also antifibrotic. However, acutely, since they dilate both the afferent (preglomerular) and efferent (postglomerular) arterioles, and have a disproportionately stronger impact on the efferent arterioles, there is a overall reduction in the arteriolar pressure driving glomerular filtration. So even though, over the long-term, ACE-I are protective in CKD, they can cause decreases in the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) in the short term. It's estimated that 1-2% of patients started on an ACE-I need to have it discontinued shortly thereafter because of an unacceptable decrement in renal function..

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    Treatment of Hypertension in Adults With Diabetes
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