High blood pressure - medicine-related
Drug-induced hypertension is high blood pressure caused by a chemical substance or medicine.
Hypertension - medication related; Drug-induced hypertension
Blood pressure is determined by the:
There are several types of high blood pressure:
Chemical substances and medicines that can cause high blood pressure include:
Rebound hypertension occurs when blood pressure rises after you stop taking or lower the dose of a drug (typically a medicine to lower high blood pressure).
Many other factors can also affect blood pressure, including:
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Review Date: 10/11/2018
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