Watch for Commonly Used Meds That May Increase Blood Pressure

You're on the front lines to identify and promote safe use of meds that can INCREASE blood pressure...NSAIDs, corticosteroids, some SNRIs and transplant meds, erythropoiesis-stimulating agents (ESAs), etc.

Up to 70% of patients have increased BP during a hospital stay.

In most cases this isn't a big deal...and may be caused by transient factors, such as pain, anxiety, bladder distension, or volume overload.

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