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Expert interview: Hypertension guidelines after SPRINT

PART OF Manage Hypertension Online FEATURE
Expert interview: Hypertension guidelines after SPRINT
  • Cardiometabolic
  • Hypertension

Marrakech Interview: G.Mancia (Italy): Hypertension guidelines after SPRINT

Questions covered in this interview

In your opinion, how much did the method of measuring blood pressure in the SPRINT trial influence the results?

Do you think BP readings in the future might be via smart phone apps for either clinical trials or clinical practice?

Which measures have you found successful to encourage medication adherence and lifestyle changes to support lowering BP?

What are the current biggest challenges for hypertensive treatment?

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Regional conference
Marrakech, Morocco
Nov 26, 2016
Target audience
Cardiologists and internists involved in the prevention and management of patients with cardiovascular risk factors or diseases
by Excemed
Cardiometabolic

Manage Hypertension Online

The Manage hypertension online website aims to help healthcare professionals to reduce the impact of this widespread disease on peoples’ lives and on healthcare systems. It addresses the full range of educational needs of all of those working in the field of hypertension and cardiovascular diseases, including general practitioners (GPs) and specialists, and will be of interest to cardiologists, endocrinologists, internists and many others.