High blood pressure is a major public health issue, affecting approximately
25% of US adults, or roughly 50 million Americans.1 The
prevalence of high blood pressure increases dramatically with age, such that
the lifetime risk of high blood pressure approaches 100%.2 Despite
the availability of effective antihypertensive agents, rates of hypertension
treatment and control have remained low and static over the last decade. Control
of blood pressure begins with accurate measurement leading to appropriate
diagnosis and treatment decisions.
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