Fine-Tune BP Goals and Meds for Patients With Diabetes

You'll hear continued debate about how to manage hypertension in patients with diabetes.

The recent Am College of Cardiology and Am Heart Assn guidelines recommend a BP goal of less than 130/80 mmHg in patients across the board.

Years ago, many of us were also taught this goal for patients with diabetes.

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