Advances in technology, pioneering new practices in nocturnal hypertension assessment in patients at risk
Altoparlanti: Prof. Dr. G. Parati, Prof. Dr. Med. B. Sanner, Prof. Dr. F. Cappuccio, Prof. Dr. D. Schoors
April 16th, 2021
17:00 - 18:00
1 in 4 people with normal blood pressure readings in the morning has nocturnal hypertension.¹ Patients at risk for nocturnal hypertension include those with: sleep apnea, stress autonomic dystonia, heart failure, treatment-resistant hypertension, kidney failure, diabetes².
View OMRON Healthcare mini-symposium to learn more about the importance of identifying nocturnal hypertension and its consequences for patients at risk.
- Importance of nocturnal hypertension
- Most common underlying conditions
- Consequences of nocturnal hypertension in practice
¹ Kario K, et al. J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich). 2015;17(5):340-348.
² Stergiou GS, et al. Home Blood Pressure Monitoring. Springer International Publishing; 2019.