Patients must be taught how to measure and document their BP so physicians can manage it appropriately. This guide will help your team with that training.
Out-of-office BP readings are critical to overcoming clinical inertia and white-coat hypertension. Here is how a South Florida practice got their patients involved.
Patients who track their steps and get daily encouragement and feedback take nearly 1,000 more steps a day. All those steps can add up to better health outcomes.
Diet plays a big role in achieving BP control, but many physicians report not having the nutrition knowledge they need to help guide their patients.
How much and how quickly can diet really help? And what kind is best for patients to pursue as they try to reduce their blood pressure with lifestyle changes alone?