hypertense

hypertense

(ˌhaɪpəˈtɛns)
adj
extremely or excessively tense
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It makes for some hypertense moments as the terrified would-be victims scrabble around for the light switch.
MRI shows hypertense signals on T2-weighted images and hypotense signals on T1-weighted images in occipital cortex.
Of these, 40 per cent were diabetic, 40 per cent hypertense and 25 per cent had high cholesterol.
This closer look at Israeli culture in action, the dramatic encounters between social others in the margins, the internal dilemmas of religious Israeli Jews as individuals and groups, offer American viewers a window into Israel closer to its real experiences, and offer Israelis a mirror into the hypertense vibrant democracy and battlefield in which they live.
Currently, over 25% of the worldwide population are hypertense and there are estimates that this percentage may reach 29% up to 2025, (1,2)
PURPOSE: To verify the effects of thalassotherapy on the behaviour of arterial systolic blood pressure (SBP), diastolic blood pressure (DBP) and heart rate in controlled hypertense individuals.
However, suitable control of AP is particularly difficult, especially in cases where AHT and type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM2) coexist, very frequently leading to comorbidity in hypertense patients.
Social-sanitary and lifestyle profile of hypertense and/or diabetics, users of the Family Health Program in the city of Teixeiras, Minas Gerais State
Effect of an educational intervention on the quality of life of the hypertense patient.
What slightly disturbs me about most liberals is their hypertense refusal to admit the corollary.
Harris Yulin, as Fran's husband, gives a lugubrious perf, in contrast with the frantic efforts of Carrie Preston as Fran's long-suffering, hypertense daughter.
You may be hypertense, or you may have a condition called white-coat hypertension, named for the white coats doctors wear Michael A.