24-hour blood pressure monitoring advised in update to NICE guidelines : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service

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Patients suspected of having hypertension should be sent home and told to wear a monitor for 24 hours, rather than having their blood pressure checked in the clinic, says NICE.

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  • Publication date24 August 2011
  • CreatorNICE
  • ContributorLeon Green
  • CopyrightNICE

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