What can cause hypotension with bradycardia in hypertensive patient with hx of CABG?

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Yes heart block can cause hypotension but more often it causes high BP to sustain proper circulation.Severe ishaemia or infarction can cause hypotension but relevant symptoms which are severe usually present. More often if BP is low then revise the medicine of hypertension properly (reduce doses)particularly diuretics especially loop diuretic. 100/60 BP to be considered normal theoretically but may give hypotensive complaints especially in those who are used to have high BP. 60 diastolic in person over 60 sometime are usual and due to loss of arterial elasticity in old age.

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Heart block New onset ischaemia of heart New onset myocardial infarction These all call cause hypotension with bradycardia

Should we consider 100/60 hypotension in hypertensive patient?
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* BBs .. DRUG INDUCED .. * LOW ELECTROLYTES .. DYSELECTROLYTEMIA .. * HEART BLOCK ..

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Could be high dose beta blockers causing bradycardia and hypotension. Adv ECG to rule out conduction block. RFT ,TFT ,sr electrolytes.

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Some heart conditions that can lead to low blood pressure include extremely low heart rate (bradycardia), heart valve problems, heart attack and heart failure. Endocrine problems

Heart block Drugs Dyselectroliemia

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B blockers

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