Pocket Hypertension (PocketDoc) .

Pocket Hypertension is a guidebook for healthcare professionals involved in the practical management of high blood pressure. Each page summarizes a topic relevant to the point of care management of patients with high blood pressure. This colorful pocketbook covers the global burden of disease, methods, and pitfalls for measuring high blood pressure, the utility of the 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure in clinical practice, pathophysiology including GWAS and monogenic forms of hypertension, pharmacology and dosing guidelines for the antihypertensive drugs, hypertensive emergencies, and device-based therapies. Practice-changing studies including SPRINT, AASK, HYVET, ACCORD, HOT, HDFP, ALLHAT, MDRD. DASH, UKPDS, ONTARGET, SHEP, and SYST-Euro are presented visually as single page summaries. Lists and tables are liberally incorporated to allow rapid acquisition of information at the point of care.

Authors: Paul G Schmitz M.D., Schmitz M.D., Paul G

Date: 2019

Upload Date: 4/13/2021 6:05:06 PM

Format: pdf




Language: English



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