Treating hypertension in type II diabetic patients with device-guided breathing: a randomized controlled trial

  title={Treating hypertension in type II diabetic patients with device-guided breathing: a randomized controlled trial},
  author={Moshe H Schein and Benjamin Gavish and Tuvia Baevsky and M K Kaufman and Stephen Levine and A Nessing and Ariela Alter},
  journal={Journal of Human Hypertension},
The objective of the study was to evaluate the efficacy of device-guided breathing to lower blood pressure (BP) in hypertensive type II diabetic patients. A randomized controlled trial was carried out in four urban family practice clinics in Israel. Non-insulin-dependent diabetic, hypertensive patients with uncontrolled BP, receiving antihypertensive therapy or those non-medicated were enrolled. Baseline characteristics of the 66 patients who completed the study (33 intervention and 33 control… CONTINUE READING


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