The one graphic you need for accurate blood pressure reading
While blood pressure measurement is a routine task in most practices, are you sure it is done accurately in yours? Find out more.
How to get the most accurate blood pressure measurement
Seemingly minor issues can affect accurate blood pressure measurement, artificially inflating a patient’s blood pressure by anywhere from two to 40 mmHg.
What you need to know about self-measured blood pressure monitoring
Self-measured blood pressure monitoring can improve the diagnosis and treatment of hypertension. Find out what you need to know to get started.
3 questions to ask patients when measuring blood pressure
Here are three questions physicians should ask to improve blood-pressure measurement and control in their patients.
AMA, AHA developing list of validated BP monitors
Automated home BP devices can help boost hypertension control, but physicians lack access to proper clinical validation information for these devices.
How to make the most of patient-measured BP data
The self-measured blood pressures your patients report are more representative of their true blood pressure. Here’s how to use that information to the best effect.
Blood pressure: What to do when patients aren’t measuring up
Sometimes patients have trouble correctly measuring their blood pressure, or fail to do it when they should. Your practice can help them overcome these common challenges.
8 steps to ensure your patients get their BP right
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.
Practice sees firsthand how self-measured BP makes a difference
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.