Modern Aspects of Blood Pressure Control: Is Routine Measurements Enough? (Part II)

H.D. Radchenko

Abstract


This article is a continuation of the review and analysis of literature, the objective of which was an explanation to a doctor, who treats patients with arterial hypertension (AH), what additional criteria for blood pressure control exist and why they must be considered in the treatment of AH. Among additional indicators, the role of blood pressure variability is described in this part.


Keywords


blood pressure; routine measurement; variability; daily monitoring; aortic pressure

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