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Diagnosing and Managing Hypertension in the SPRINT Era

What’s new in hypertension? Dr. William White and colleagues provide a comprehensive review of the latest approaches to lowering blood pressure and offer important insights into the 2015 Systolic Intervention Pressure Trial (SPRINT).

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William B. White, MD
Professor of Medicine and Chief, Hypertension and Clinical Pharmacology, Calhoun Cardiology Center, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, Connecticut, Immediate Past President, American Society of Hypertension 2012-2014
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William B. White, MD
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"Dr. White;

  Thank you for your presentation. Any time I tell a patient their BP is high, I usually get a litany of excuses as to why ( traffic, had coffee, rushed to get here, etc)

  I have always felt that some people are what I refer to as "hot reactors"- slight stress drives their BP up. Life today is stressful.

   Are we fooling ourselves when we discard these office readings and buy into the patients' excuses and should we be doing ABP readings on all of them ( using a 24 hour ABP device)?

Thank you."
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