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What intravenous agents may be administered to treat hypertension?
The most common intravenous medications used to acutely treat hypertension are compared in Table 82.1. As a general rule, vasodilators are best avoided in tachycardic patients, who might instead benefit from adrenergic block-ade. Combining a β-blocker and a vasodilator can be very effective in lowering blood pressure.
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