For patients with type 2 diabetes, visit-to-visit variability in systolic blood pressure may function as an independent predictor for cardiovascular events.
According to Journal of the American Heart Association, pregnant women with chronic hypertension using antihypertensive agents reduces the risk of hypertension without added risk to the fetus.
More than 40% of adolescents had either prehypertension or hypertension.
Findings suggest an inverse association between sodium intake and diastolic and systolic blood pressure levels.
Patients with endocrine hypertension experience a higher risk of cardiovascular issues, including stroke and death.
Researchers examined 24-hour and ambulatory blood pressure to determine the relationship between hypertension and low levels of vitamin D.
Data were collected from the Osteoarthritis Initiative to examine the relationship between knee osteoarthritis and hypertension.
Lifestyle counseling, combined with diet and exercise, reduces hypertension and improves cardiovascular outcomes.
Elevated baseline blood pressure was linked to higher 6-month CVD incidence.
Ultra-low-dose combination therapy for hypertension has been found to significantly reduce blood pressure with few adverse side effects.
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