How to stabilize sudden rises of blood pressure, accompanied by nausea and vomiting in a patient with chronic hypertension (it is not always clear what comes first - nausea and vomiting and, as a consequence, the blood pressure increase, or Vice versa).
An adjustment of appropriate permanent antihypertensive therapy is required for blood pressure to be stabilized. It is best to schedule a consultation with the cardiologist and undergo heart ultrasound, 24-hour blood pressure monitoring and ECG. You can make an appointment by phone +7 (495) 933-66-55. Specialists of the Cardiology Department will be happy to help you.