of, pertaining to, or causing hypertension (adjective)
a person with hypertension (noun)
a drug that increases blood pressure (noun)
Examples of word hypertensive
The general statistics arrived on the basis of various studies by different institutions reveal that 3. 5-4 per cent of people with hypertension have a risk for heart attacks, 3 per cent of people have a risk of stroke and a long-term hypertensive person has a risk of kidney disease.
The Kyoto Heart study links valsartan and an improved cardiovascular outcome in Japanese hypertensive patients
These types of disorders, also called hypertensive disorders, can cause complications and may result in infant death.
Eating these foods while taking the MAO inhibitors can cause a sharp rise in blood pressure, called a hypertensive crisis, she said.
His current beef is that he resents being labeled "hypertensive" even though his blood pressure has been well-controlled on medication for many years.