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Because some clinicians fail to stick to official recommendations for blood pressure monitoring, a number of patients are misclassified, which could have an impact on decisions about their treatment.
NEW YORK, October 5, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - New Research Which Shows That Timing Blood Pressure Medication With a Patient's Body Clock Make it More Effective and Offers Greater Protection Against the Occurrence of Heart Attacks and Strokes is Set to Change the Hypertension Treatment for Hundreds of Millions of People Worldwide Chronobiology International - the international journal on how biological rhythms affect the systems of living things - has published the results of a...
Early treatment of ocular hypertension appears to reduce the risk of developing glaucoma, especially in individuals at the highest risk
By David Douglas NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - In elderly men with high blood pressure (hypertension), the duration of anti-hypertensive treatment is associated with a reduced risk of dementia and cognitive decline, according to a report. Lead investigator Dr.