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Will amlodipine, lasix and dextrose be given for hypertension?

hi one of my friends is hypertensive. despite her regular medicines her bp remained 140/100. when she went to a day care center, they administered dextrose and inj lasix 20mg. in addition to that they gave her amlodipne to take sublingually. all these details are given by her only and i haven t contacted that hospital yet. however, im really doubt full that for a reading of 140/100 any doctors give such high treatment. i think she is just lying to get some medical benefits from company is it?
Asked On : Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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hi.good evening.vigorous treatment with injectable medicines not needed in bp of 140/100.but regular monitoring of blood pressure is needed.she should avoid salt in diet.what is her age?if bp remain high,then she should take antihypertensive regularly.but for 140/100 bp hospital admission is not needed.i think my advice will be helpful to remove your doubts.take care.bye
Answered: Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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