A study led by Dr. Sascha Dublin finds similar outcomes for 3 hypertension medications, filling an evidence gap.
Home blood pressure monitoring demonstrated to be an excellent alternative for making new diagnoses of hypertension.
Research led by KPWHRI’s Beverly Green finds that patients prefer at-home monitoring of blood pressure.
ACT studies find medications to treat high blood pressure may differ in their impact on dementia risk, writes Dr. Eric B. Larson.
KPWHRI investigator’s recent AHA presentations highlight problems in blood pressure readings.
High blood pressure is a well-known health risk. But diagnosing it can be challenging. With patient advisors, the BP-CHECK study aims to find an easier way.
A KPWHRI study by Dr. Sascha Dublin uses data from pregnant women’s experiences to find out the risks and benefits of taking high blood pressure medicine.
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