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Lower on-treatment blood pressures linked to death and cognitive decline in over-85s


in old days we were taught 100+your age is your normal systolic blood pressure. diastolic bp is important to control. in 1980's studies showed lowering systolic bp is as important as diastolic and we started treating every one irrespective of age. no doubt thinks will change again in future.

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30 Aug 2018

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