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Hernia, kidney stones. Advised hernia surgery. Postponed due to high BP, bad ECG report. Suggestions?

Hi Doctor, My father had difficulty in passing urine today morning for 3 hours. later was admitted to hospital . Doctor advised it is because of Hernia and he ahs some Stones at Kidney. Suggetion was get Hernia operated today and may be 10 - 15 days later concentrate on Kidney stones . Issue was He was under High Blood pressure 188 by evening and Doctor advised not to get operated and has been postponed to tomorrow. what are your comments on this ? His ECG report also showing a bit of unstability. My question is it due to the pressure is he going under Bad ECg report ? He never had any issues except he is a HiGh BP patient . Appreciate your comments. Thanks , Appreciate your
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
Apr 2014
Thanks for writing to HCM

Your doctor has done the right thing by postponing the surgery.
It is always safe to operate in controlled blood pressure. operation in done in elevated BP in emergency conditions only.
ECG irregularity may be due to, anti anxiety drugs are always given in pre-operative directions.
Antihypertensive and antianxiety drugs can be given to him.

Take Care
Dr.Indu Bhushan
Answered: Thu, 18 Jul 2013
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