Blood pressure is often measured wrong by patients

Blood pressure is often measured wrong by patients.

About 33% of Americans have hypertension...another 25% have "prehypertension" because their BP is at the high end of normal.

Experts now strongly encourage patients to monitor their own blood pressure to get more readings. Averaging multiple readings better predicts CV events.

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