High blood pressure readings at home rather than a clinic may identify likely heart trouble
(dailyRx News) High blood pressure can be a “masked” villain. Readings at a clinic may show normal blood pressure levels, while home readings may give a more accurate view of cardiovascular health.
A new study found that patients who had normal blood pressure readings in a clinic but elevated readings at home (called masked hypertension) faced a greater likelihood of death, heart attack and stroke compared to those who had normal readings both at a clinic and at home.
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