Ambulatory BP Monitoring: Investigation in hypertension

Many a times, the Blood pressure of the patient checked by the Doctor comes within Normal limits but the Blood Pressure rises when the patient is not with the Doctor. Science teaches us that, Blood Pressure does not remain constant throughout 24 hours, i.e. during Day hours it is expected to rise & during Sleep […]

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Many a times, the Blood pressure of the patient checked by the Doctor comes within Normal limits but the Blood Pressure rises when the patient is not with the Doctor. Science teaches us that, Blood Pressure does not remain constant throughout 24 hours, i.e. during Day hours it is expected to rise & during Sleep hours it is expected to fall. Hence a mechanism is required to monitor Blood Pressure of the patient throughout 24 hours, which is ABPM – Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring. ABPM is a fantastic tool for Diagnosis & Prognosis of Hypertension which gives a clear direction of treatment of High Blood Pressure patients.

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Understanding ABPM
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ABPM – Introduction
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ABPM
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ABPM – Part 2
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ABPM – Part 3
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ABPM – Part 4
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ABPM – Part 5
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ABPM – Report reading
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Information About ABPM 1
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Guidelines for prescribing Care Plans based on ABPM
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Life of Patient with ABPM

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