https://acpinternist.org/archives/2011/03/hypertension.htm. A VA center reduced uncontrolled hypertension rates by implementing group visits. ... Naik said. The MEDVAMC approach involved group visits every two weeks for six weeks for patients with
The stakes are particularly high when young patients have white coat hypertension, Dr. ... Short- and long-term incidence of stroke in white-coat hypertension. Hypertension. 2005;45:203-8.
line treatment for essential hypertension, do not have well-founded support in the summary literature. ... Because outcome data at this dose are lacking, [hydrochlorothiazide] is an inappropriate first-line drug for the treatment of hypertension.”.
Dr. Townsend echoed the importance of one-on-one conversations with patients about controlling hypertension. ... Physician (investigator) inertia in apparent treatment-resistant hypertension—insights from large randomized clinical Trials.
Recalls, warnings, approvals and other regulatory news.
Hypertension is highly prevalent within our society, with about one in three U.S. ... Ferdinand's opinion about what's to come with respect to JNC 8's hypertension guidelines.
Rinella. The strongest risk factors for NAFLD are the presence of obesity (particularly central obesity), diabetes, hypertension, and age over 50 years, she said, and other factors, such as obstructive sleep ... Most patients with NAFLD/MAFLD will have
Yancy, citing a study he coauthored that was published in the July 2018 Hypertension. ... Hypertension. 2004;43:1182-8. [PMID: 15123573]. Tawakol A, Osborne MT, Wang Y, et al.
stage 1 hypertension, systolic 130-139 mm Hg or diastolic 80-89 mm Hg. ... See patients every four to six months if their hypertension is well controlled.
In the case of doctors, though, it appears that individually targeted incentives can be somewhat influential, at least based on the findings of a hypertension-focused study. ... Effects of individual physician-level and practice-level financial