Self-Monitoring and Self-Titration of Antihypertensive Medications Result in Better Systolic Blood Pressure Control

  • Published 2014


Setting and participants. The study was conducted in central and east England. Patients with poorly controlled blood pressure with a last recorded systolic blood pressure of at least 145 mm Hg at 59 UK primary care practices were invited to participate. Patients had to be at least 35 years old and have at least 1 of the following comorbidities: transient… (More)


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