Latest Hypertension News
Researchers found a 16% lower risk for strokes, heart attacks, and death combined among patients who took ACEIs or ARBs.
Only 40% of older patients transitioning to maintenance dialysis were on renin-angiotensin system blockade.
The FDA has developed 2- and 10-year goals to reduce sodium content in both processed and prepared foods.
Hypertension risk up for both short-term and long-term exposure.
One in 4 MI survivors develop heart failure within 4 years.
As elderly patients age, the number of drugs they take that may cause hyperkalemia increases.
Heart groups issue updated guideline for the treatment of heart failure.
The findings warrant reconsideration of blood pressure targets for many patients older than 75, according to an editorial.
African Americans with masked hypertension had 2 times the risk of developing clinic hypertension.
Researchers say restricting sodium might backfire, but heart experts are critical of the finding.
Latest findings from national trial show it lowers chances of heart failure, even in older adults.
Odds increase with rapid rise in middle age.
A patient's short-term fall risk increases in the 15 days after initiation or intensification of antihypertensive medication.
Elevated systolic BP is linked to adverse outcomes in elderly patients.
Treatment with angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors was most strongly associated with hyperkalemia.
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