Tag: blood pressure

Middle-aged overweight Hispanic woman having her blood pressure checked
September 11, 2023/Preventive Cardiology

Lorundrostat Safely Lowers Blood Pressure in Uncontrolled Hypertension in Phase 2 Trial

Results inform dose selection for further trials of the aldosterone synthase inhibitor

September 9, 2020/Technology & Innovation

Digital Remote Blood Pressure Management: Has Its Time Come?

Keys to success include a team-based approach and integration into clinical workflow

April 22, 2020/Research

Expanding Uses of Blood Pressure Monitoring Technologies Fuel Two New Research Studies

Home transmission to the medical record, plus ambulatory monitoring for high-risk patients

October 7, 2019/Research

Obstructive Sleep Apnea: How Do the Leading Therapies Stack Up in Effects on Sleepiness and Blood Pressure?

Retrospective clinic-based study provides intriguing initial comparisons


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December 27, 2018/Geriatrics

Hypertension Update: 1 Year On, Latest Guideline Is Looking Good

A clinical hypertension specialist puts recommendations in context

December 21, 2017/Insight & Perspectives

New Blood Pressure Guidelines: Real Progress, but Not Without Pitfalls

Three Cleveland Clinic cardiologists size up the ACC/AHA recommendations

November 14, 2017/Research

Best Target Blood Pressure for Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease?

Large study examines BP and specific causes of death

August 29, 2017/Geriatrics

PRECISION-ABPM Reveals Differential Blood Pressure Effects with Chronic Use of 3 NSAIDs

Celecoxib has least impact, followed by naproxen and ibuprofen

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