MANAGEMENT OF HYPERTENSION PATIENTS WITH GRADE II FACTORS CAUSE OF HYPERTENSION ANTI DRUG CONSUMPTION IS NOT REGULARLY, AND EATING UNHEALTHY LIFESTYLE

Julita Nainggoalan

Abstract


Hypertension can be defined as persistent blood pressure where the systolic pressure above 140 mmHg and a diastolic pressure above 90 mmHg. In the elderly population, hypertension is a systolic pressure of 160 mmHg and 90 mmHg diastolic. Case. Ny. M, Female, 79 years old, mengeluha intermittent headaches, sleeplessness increasingly become heavy since two days ago. This complaint accompanied by a sense of weight in the nape. Headache mainly comes when the patient feels much thought. In rare daily sporting activities sporting activities undertaken merely join gymnastics elderly once a month, and also lectures regularly near his home once a week, the patient generally does not control his diet, patients are not informed about what can and can not eat to prevent recurrence patients high blood diseases. Physical examinationfound blood pressure reached 160/100 Nadi 88 x / minute, temperature 36.2 C Weight 70 kg Height 155 cm overweigth Nutritional Status (BMI = 29.13). Management of Captopril 25 mg of vitamin B 2 x 1 compleks 3x1tab. Educating the patient to take antihypertensive medication regularly, avoid foods high levels of sodium, as well as the diligent exercise. Conclusion. High blood pressure can be stabilized by avoiding the factors that cause high blood pressure.

Keywords: hypertension grade II, life style.

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