Is ambulatory blood pressure monitoring cost-effective in the routine surveillance of treated hypertensive patients in primary care?

@article{Lorgelly2003IsAB,
  title={Is ambulatory blood pressure monitoring cost-effective in the routine surveillance of treated hypertensive patients in primary care?},
  author={Paula K Lorgelly and Ilias Siatis and A. Brooks and Barbara Slinn and Michael W Millar-Craig and Richard G. Donnelly and Gillian Manning},
  journal={The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners},
  year={2003},
  volume={53 495},
  pages={794-6}
}
Achieving target levels of office and/or ambulatory blood pressure readings among treated hypertensive patients is an important aspect of cardiovascular disease prevention. Although office blood pressure measurement is simple and convenient, ambulatory blood pressure monitoring is especially useful for identifying patients with 'white coat' hypertension, in… CONTINUE READING