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I attended A&E with difficulty in breathing and was quickly diagnosed as having supraventricular tachycardia with a pulse rate of 160 bpm.
?My tachycardia was brought under control on the cardiac ward under the care of an eminent cardiologist. Whilst still under the care of my cardiologist I was discharged pending cardioversion to restore sinus rhythm and told to keep an eye on my blood pressure.
?My GP had doubts about the appropriateness of my prescribed hospital drugs and said that my blood pressure readings were in the 'wrong ballpark'.
?I have come to understand that the body adjusts blood pressure variability in both the short and long term by modulating systolic, diastolic and pulse rate simultaneously to achieve a numeric balance of zero.
?The reference cardiologists blood pressure values are thus represented by the equation f(s,d,p)=0 for a mean arterial pressure of 120 mmHg.
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