Clinical tips: is reducing hypertension always appropriate?

senior woman having blood pressure check
Is it always best practice to reduce blood pressure? writes Ben Basger The decision to treat someone for hypertension should be based on their cardiovascular risk ─ that is, the risk of them having a cardiovascular event (stroke or heart attack) in the next five years. Various methods can be used to calculate this risk

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