Hypotension has rarely presented a problem with fluphenazine. However, patients with pheochromocytoma, cerebral vascular or renal insufficiency, or a severe cardiac reserve deficiency (such as mitral insufficiency ) appear to be particularly prone to hypotensive reactions with phenothiazine compounds, and should therefore be observed closely when the drug is administered. If severe hypotension should occur, supportive measures including the use of intravenous vasopressor drugs should be instituted immediately. Levarterenol Bitartrate Injection is the most suitable drug for this purpose; epinephrine should not be used since phenothiazine derivatives have been found to reverse its action, resulting in a further lowering of blood pressure.
I agree that there is a misconception that all Asian languages are impossible to learn. It is possible to learn any L2 provided the learner is reasonably adept at language learning, is highly motivated, has the right learning environment, and is able to stay with it for a long time. That being said, there is considerably less positive transfer from English (L1) to Korean (L2) in terms of phonology, grammar, and vocabulary than, for instance from English to Spanish, French, or German. Ergo, it will take longer to achieve a comparable level of proficiency in Korean vs these languages. This has been shown repeatedly. Detecting regularities (your term is “logical”) certainly helps if you can translate intellectual awareness into actual in-time performance.