Controversies And Cutting Edge: An Evidence-Based Approach To Managing Asymptomatic Elevated Blood Pressure In The Emergency Department
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Controversies And Cutting Edge

Nursing and pharmacist-led drug surveillance and management interventions have improved patients' adherence to medication regimens and control of hypertension.78,82-91 Hypertension self-management models using home blood pressure monitoring have also proven effective,92-96 and they are advocated to reduce “white-coat“ hypertension and identify masked hypertension.95 Individual financial incentives provided to physicians (but not to practices) improved blood pressure control, but had no effect on the use of guideline-recommended medications.

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