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I think ther should be hypertension becuz due to decrease fillin cardiac output will be low so angiotensin system should increase BP..
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I think ther should be hypertension becuz due to decrease fillin cardiac output will be low so angiotensin system should increase BP..
Becks traid occurs in cardiac temponade characterized by hypotension, raised JVP and muffled heart sounds. Cause of hypotension is decreased stroke volume and decreased venous return.
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